TammyTams Posted December 3, 2017 Share Posted December 3, 2017 So the program I am most interested in states on their "Criteria for Applicants" page that they are willing to overlook their GRE "requirement for at least 40% minimum" if an applicant is exceptional in other areas. This is for a Counseling-Clinical Psych program and luckily I've been working as a therapist and have research experience, a great GPA and (hopefully) great LORs. But, as someone with super low Q scores and V & A scores that meet the minimum or close, I'm nervous. Mainly because the Graduate department website states you MUST meet their minimum of 40%, unless the program requires a portfolio or something else in place. I feel like I received two different answers in regards to GRE scores. Does this mean anything or am I staring at website too hard? Also, I noticed one poster suggesting that funding and GRE scores were correlated. Is this true (I'm prob on the wrong page for this)??? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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