I am pretty sure I did horribly on the math subject exam.
But would it matter that much? I am applying to applied math programs. All other parts of my application are strong.
For all the schools that recommend the subject exam but do not require it, should I send them score reports or report how I did at all??
The "but not required" part makes me want to NOT submit my score.
I have taken all the core math courses so they might think it suspicious if I leave the subject GRE blank.
Any thoughts? I really appreciate any advice on this.
Having break so...
I just want to write what I know and if you guys know please share your ideas
What do you mean "horribly"? how about your score? if it is over 70 percent I think you should send it. It is below 70 then skip it
Some schools such as Ohio State say that if you have already got a Master's degree in mathematics then GRE maths is waived
Some schools, even though they say that GRE maths is strongly recommended, do not look at your application if you do not send GRE maths
if your score is low ( just "IF") but you are required to send your score then I think you go to department website to choose an academic advisor, persuading him by "wing words"
like I like to work with you, you are the only I want to be advised but because I was too buzy, etc my GRE maths score is not good enough...blah, blah...If lucky he will give strong lobby
Or to contact with graduate chairs of departments you are applying and they may give some advices.
hope that help