GWLeibniz wrote:Hmm...It's hard to say. The test is somewhat of a blur now, and having done all practice tests haphazardly, they have become blurred too. There was a definite integral on it, and it wasn't one of those for which you could just differentiate the options and easily get the answer; there was a some identities involved and a lot of unfolding. So I suppose it was somewhat computational heavy--at least I felt it was.
GWLeibniz wrote:I am find it so exasperating that graduate schools are more concerned about prospective students being able to do inane Calculus problems within 3 minutes rather than knowing, e.g., a few things about completely positive maps, von Neumann Algebras, etc. If I do a MS in pure math first and then apply to a PhD program, do I have to provide GRE scores even if I have an MS? If this is possible, maybe I'll go for an MS first, since most MS programs don't require the GRE, and I shouldn't have any trouble getting into an MS program.
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