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"Super Scoring" the GRE

VeryHappyVeryHappy Registered User Posts: 17,353 Senior Member
edited September 2009 in GRE Prep
If someone has taken the GRE more than once, do the schools "super score" -- that is, count the highest of each section? Or do they mainly care about how you did in one sitting?

I'm guessing the answer to this question is, It depends -- on the program, the school, the other factors in an applicant's application.

Does anyone know for sure?

(This is for an applicant to PhD programs in clinical psych.)
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