redcar777 wrote:This was my fourth GRE. Maybe I'm better from practice, but I thought this was easier than previous tests. There were fewer multiple answer ("which of answer is false..." "I/II/III" type answers), so it went faster. A lot of the calculus problems had tricks which made their evaluation faster, less grungy calculations. Unlike the previous ones, I thought this was in line with the practice exam in terms of difficulty.
What did you guys think?
Gasquet wrote:My second attempt. I found it much tougher than last time. Well, at least longer(maybe I didn't know some of the tricks which redcar did). Last time I managed to attempt all questions. This time, only 58. So, not too happy. But then you never know with the MGRE. I've seen cases where people attempt 55 questions and still get above the 80th percentile.
math_stu wrote:On my test (October 2012) I managed to attempt only 51 problems, and still got 91%, so don't lose hope
Ah, I see. That clears up the confusion then. Would you happen to also know whether in the past the results were available at the latest on the date specified on the website, or is that date actually the one you get to know them no matter what?ppham27 wrote:Yes, but I believe that the six weeks applies to the results in the mail.
Ryker wrote:Did your test center tell you the results would be in 6 weeks, as well? Because I was under the impression they would be known at the end of October, as is stated on the website.