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I have been thinking a lot that it might be really stressful trying to take the General GRE, Subject GRE, study for both, do my research internship, and take a full load of upper-level science courses in addition to preparing all the applications in the fall.
I was wondering what my options are to waiting a year to apply and if that lowers my chances of acceptance at all? Maybe working as a lab technician and gaining extra experience in the meantime.
Or do people usually have success balancing school, work, GRE, and sending in applications?