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Hello, this is my first post! I´m from Paraguay and I just took the GRE a week ago in Buenos Aires Argentina since they offer only twice a year here in Paraguay (Paper based) and I missed the registration dateline. After taking the test, I got the result from the Quantitative and Verbal part from the test, and I can say one of them went really well and the other really bad. I got a 790/800 in the Quantitative section and 390/800 in the Verbal section. I´m not sure if I should apply with this scores because the Verbal is really low. The thing is that if I want to retake the test I have to travel to Buenos Aires again and besides I´m not sure how much better my score in Verbal will be, that part is really difficult for non english speakers. And another thing is that I could get a lower score in Quantitative. I want to apply to 2 or 3 Universities and I want to get a Masters in Civil Engineering. Any advice will be of great help!