How did you do it, guys?
In my opinion, this one was rather easy, but there was not enough time for me. I have marked 50 and I'm sure about them. I hope it'll be not bad.
obpizdon wrote:How did you do it, guys?
In my opinion, this one was rather easy, but there was not enough time for me. I have marked 50 and I'm sure about them. I hope it'll be not bad.
toopham wrote:I just realized that such a website like this existed.
After the Math gre today I panicked a little because I didn't finish it so I went online to do a little research on GRE scores.
I found physicsgre.org which lead me here.
I answered 48 which I am fairly confident in but you can't always be too sure.
I just hope i get at least 80 percentile.
Was there any gre test in the past where you can get 80% or 90% just from 48 questions? I try to look at the math gre score percentile stats over the year but i can't find it.
toopham wrote:I just realized that such a website like this existed.
After the Math gre today I panicked a little because I didn't finish it so I went online to do a little research on GRE scores.
I found physicsgre.org which lead me here.
I answered 48 which I am fairly confident in but you can't always be too sure.
I just hope i get at least 80 percentile.
Was there any gre test in the past where you can get 80% or 90% just from 48 questions? I try to look at the math gre score percentile stats over the year but i can't find it.
astathis wrote:According to the GRE 0568, a 55 was a 91%, a 46 was an 81%, 40 was a 71%, 35 was 61%, and so on. I'd imagine these numbers haven't changed much, as unless the test has become significantly harder or easier, the statistics should be about the same.
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