gre physics score
Posted: Wed Jul 25, 2012 6:14 pm
how many correct answers should the person have to get 900 score on gre physics
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Look at your own score report. Or look at the 4 practice tests to see what raw scores give you a scaled score of 900... It varies for each version of the test, so there's no way to know this on test day.On Mon Jun 04, 2012 6:07 pm, Thedarksoul wrote:i am international student. i have master degree in physics with GPA 3.4 and bachelor GPA 3.1 my gre scores Q:790 P:900. do u think i have a cjance of getting accepted at universities like prinecton, yale, clemson, ohio state, utah, for phd in physics and if not what universities i should apply to.