October 2013 scores

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goatman2743
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October 2013 scores

Postby goatman2743 » Sun Nov 17, 2013 6:30 pm

It says scores are posted online tomorrow - does anyone know around what time they'll be up?

lowdt
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Re: October 2013 scores

Postby lowdt » Sun Nov 17, 2013 9:30 pm

Usually midnight EST.

goatman2743
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Re: October 2013 scores

Postby goatman2743 » Sun Nov 17, 2013 10:28 pm

Ok, at least I can be put out of my misery quickly. Best of luck to everyone!

sufeliyan
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Re: October 2013 scores

Postby sufeliyan » Mon Nov 18, 2013 12:50 am

actually already available now on the phone

hamsandwich69
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Re: October 2013 scores

Postby hamsandwich69 » Mon Nov 18, 2013 1:14 am

Mine aren't up online...anyone else had luck?

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redcar777
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Re: October 2013 scores

Postby redcar777 » Mon Nov 18, 2013 1:17 am

My scores are on the website now. For me, the results are 95% and 97% on this years tests, up from 80% on my test a year ago.

Well, I'm done with the GRE now. Thanks for all your help, forum people.

dipsan2013
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Re: October 2013 scores

Postby dipsan2013 » Mon Nov 18, 2013 1:44 am

Scores are out now. Mine a dismal 700 (61%) :(

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Re: October 2013 scores

Postby caxton » Mon Nov 18, 2013 7:54 am

:(

I scored an awful 540.

Sadly in my case I can't re-write the test. Testing has been suspended in my country (Nigeria) for an indefinite period. Welp!

http://www.ets.org/gre/important_update/nigeria

boo78
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Re: October 2013 scores

Postby boo78 » Mon Nov 18, 2013 10:27 am

850, 88%

YES! Up from last year's 750, 71%. Doing a happy dance that will likely last all day :lol:

freddie777
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Re: October 2013 scores

Postby freddie777 » Mon Nov 18, 2013 10:29 am

Mine is 760. I was expecting 800-820 as I answered 60 and I knew I made around 6 mistakes.
I think that the question about second derivative of parametrized function did not have correct answer.
I may be wrong but I checked it again and again; and it sadly took a lot of my time

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Re: October 2013 scores

Postby ppham27 » Mon Nov 18, 2013 11:10 am

I got 800 (81%). I answered 53. I missed some easy questions and should have gotten a few more points, but it's whatever now. Anyway, the score should be more than good enough since I'm domestic and not going for pure math.

sufeliyan
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Re: October 2013 scores

Postby sufeliyan » Mon Nov 18, 2013 11:10 am

I also scored 850, 88%. As a finance major, I think that's okay, though not that good.

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Re: October 2013 scores

Postby sufeliyan » Mon Nov 18, 2013 11:12 am

ppham27 wrote:I got 800 (81%). I answered 53. I missed some easy questions and should have gotten a few more points, but it's whatever now. Anyway, the score should be more than good enough since I'm domestic and not going for pure math.


could you tell me what major you are applying for? we may happen to apply for the same major

ppham27
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Re: October 2013 scores

Postby ppham27 » Mon Nov 18, 2013 1:10 pm

sufeliyan wrote:
ppham27 wrote:I got 800 (81%). I answered 53. I missed some easy questions and should have gotten a few more points, but it's whatever now. Anyway, the score should be more than good enough since I'm domestic and not going for pure math.


could you tell me what major you are applying for? we may happen to apply for the same major


I'm mainly looking at applied math and stats programs.

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Re: October 2013 scores

Postby Seyrena » Mon Nov 18, 2013 3:06 pm

44% :(! I did not study a day (was doing a research internship at Berkeley until the end of September, then had to defend my master thesis etc)! A lot of stuff on the test I completely forgot about! I think I am going to change the schools I am applying to, maybe the fact that I am only interested in applied math will help (fingers crossed!)

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Re: October 2013 scores

Postby ynxysunny » Mon Nov 18, 2013 3:27 pm

I got 830 (85% :cry: ). Will that affect my chances if I'm aiming at top 20? I'm applying to pure math programs.

goatman2743
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Re: October 2013 scores

Postby goatman2743 » Mon Nov 18, 2013 5:26 pm

ynxysunny wrote:I got 830 (85% :cry: ). Will that affect my chances if I'm aiming at top 20? I'm applying to pure math programs.


I scored the same. I don't think this is a bad score at all for top 20 programs. I recall a few schools towards the bottom of the top 20 put up average scores for admitted students, and 830 was above average, and is probably considerably above average for a domestic student who hasn't done a masters. The only way I could see it being a negative is if you're international and applying to MIT/Harvard/a few others.

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Re: October 2013 scores

Postby ynxysunny » Mon Nov 18, 2013 6:34 pm

goatman2743 wrote:
ynxysunny wrote:I got 830 (85% :cry: ). Will that affect my chances if I'm aiming at top 20? I'm applying to pure math programs.


I scored the same. I don't think this is a bad score at all for top 20 programs. I recall a few schools towards the bottom of the top 20 put up average scores for admitted students, and 830 was above average, and is probably considerably above average for a domestic student who hasn't done a masters. The only way I could see it being a negative is if you're international and applying to MIT/Harvard/a few others.


I am an international student though :cry: But I'm not targeting at schools that top. I got my undergraduate education in the States from a top liberal arts college not famous for math. I wonder if they would put me in the international student pool or the domestic student pool. Sigh!

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Re: October 2013 scores

Postby safetybelts » Thu Nov 21, 2013 5:24 am

sufeliyan wrote:I also scored 850, 88%. As a finance major, I think that's okay, though not that good.


ynxysunny wrote:I got 830 (85% :cry: ). Will that affect my chances if I'm aiming at top 20? I'm applying to pure math programs.


Quit crying, you little babies. Anything above 80% is perfect.

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Re: October 2013 scores

Postby boo78 » Thu Nov 21, 2013 12:47 pm

safetybelts wrote:
sufeliyan wrote:I also scored 850, 88%. As a finance major, I think that's okay, though not that good.


ynxysunny wrote:I got 830 (85% :cry: ). Will that affect my chances if I'm aiming at top 20? I'm applying to pure math programs.


Quit crying, you little babies. Anything above 80% is perfect.


Yes! I'm STILL doing my happy dance over my 88%. I am so PROUD of myself, and no amount of crying emoticons over scores similar to mine is going to take that away from me.

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Re: October 2013 scores

Postby Gyamco » Sun Nov 24, 2013 8:32 am

870, 91%

But my GRE is too low (146) for me to apply for a good school

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Re: October 2013 scores

Postby math_stu » Sun Nov 24, 2013 4:45 pm

Gyamco wrote:870, 91%

But my GRE is too low (146) for me to apply for a good school


I assume this is the verbal score? In this case, if you are an international it is not that bat. I am in a top tier school, and we have lots of internationals with 30% in verbal




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