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Forum for the GRE subject test in mathematics.
foreverchoru
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Postby foreverchoru » Sat Dec 25, 2010 2:39 pm

I am masters engineering student from one of the Indian Institute of Technology in Mechanical Engineering.
I was planning for a masters in pure or applied Mathematics in Europe through erasmus mundus program,Singapore,Canada.
But I had a really bad test day....I scored only 710..only 65%....and I expected to solve 55 questions that means 95% above.
Now my point is whether I should apply pointing my scores becos it will be a bad indicator or should I just omit and rely mostly on my recommendations and academic credentials.

I request all the good Samaritans to help me so that I can write a parable [:)].It is very important friends please help me.

owlpride
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Postby owlpride » Sat Dec 25, 2010 4:56 pm

A 65th percentile score is excellent for someone who did not major in mathematics, but not high enough to help your application. If you can establish your qualifications for graduate math programs without referring to your GRE score, I would omit it. (European universities outside of the UK would probably not care about GRE scores at all.)




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