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Ask your GRE questions here: How important? Are yours too low? When to take?

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Replies to: Ask your GRE questions here: How important? Are yours too low? When to take?

  • dreamerr33dreamerr33 Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
    edited November 2017
    Hey there,

    When I was about to take GRE for the first time, I couldn't show up because I had an illness. So I had to schedule another test.

    So when the admissions committee sees a 'no results' for my first attempt, is it possible that they may reject me?

    Should I try to explain the situation in my SOP?

    Now the real question,

    I am a PhD in Social Policy aspirant wishing to enter any of the top 20 universities in the US.

    My GRE scores are 152V 161Q, 4.0 AWA. I also have a GPA of 3.3 which is on a lower side. The rest of application is fairly good.

    As you can see, my GRE Verbal score is on the lower side

    I am in a moral dillema whether to apply or not. Any advice appreciated
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