w4rm4ch1n3 wrote:Junaid, what you just said made no sense
Let me rephrase. I think that a score in the mid 160's range on the quantitative section of the GRE general exam isn't necessarily a bad score. The difference between, say, a 165 and a 168 will be accounted for by at most 2-3 questions, and I think it's meaningless for one to compare students based on this difference.
I'm of the opinion that, in so far as one gets a score in the mid 160's, it doesn't make a lot of sense to dish out another 200 dollars in an attempt to raise one's score by 3/4 points.