I took the GRE today & did so well!!!!!! Yippee! - page 2

Hi! I'm so excited! I took my GRE exam this morning & I scored well above what my (hopeful) grad school-to-be wants applicants to achieve. I'm so proud!!!! :) Now I can stop studying those crazy... Read More

  1. by   BSNgrad2004
    i took the gre on friday. unofficial scores- 450 verbal, 470 math. is anyone applying to Univ of MD? Just wondering if they interview applicants for the Adult NP program?
  2. by   kaystho
    Congratulations! I am studying for this dreaded exam. Those "SAT" words frighten me, as well as the geometry. Any advice for me?
  3. by   Kensington
    I just registered to take the GRE at the end of September, and while I have some time, I really feel like I have so much to do!! Good luck, everyone!
  4. by   Asherah
    I too am scheduled to take the GRE this fall, in October! (Three years out of undergrad...) I'm pushing it to the latest I can while giving myself enough time to get the Analytical score back and scores sent to the schools that require it. I'll be taking three classes starting at the end of August so I'm hoping I can squeeze in enough time to be well prepared.

    Good luck to everyone!
    Last edit by Asherah on Jul 3, '07
  5. by   SteveNNP
    I used the 75-100pg Crash Course for the GRE (either princeton or stanford review?) and ARCO's 30 days to scoring higher on the GRE. Both books are skinny, and teach you to TAKE the test. I'm not too good in the math dept, and didn't want to spend hours studying vocab, and these books really focused on how to find the right answer without wasting too much time guessing or calculating. I studied for about a month with these books and GRE's free powerprep software from their website. I think I got around 1300 and 4.5 on the essay.