maximum411 Posted June 8, 2017 Share Posted June 8, 2017 I recently took the GRE for the first time and scored a 168 on the verbal section and a 163 in math. I am happy with my verbal score, but feel as though I could have done better on the math. I ran out of time, and left a few questions empty without even guessing. Given that experience, I think I could prioritize my time on the math section better were I to take it again. On the SAT I scored in the high 90th percentiles for both math and reading/writing, so I expected to do similarly here. My question is- given these scores, would it be worth it for me to take the GRE again? I know the math is not awful, but if it could reduce my chances of admission at all, I would be willing to take the test again. However, I do not want to waste the time and money if it would not help me at all. I am especially interested in Harvard's BBS program, and my academic credentials are very competitive otherwise. Kochito22 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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