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Normally ETS offers it in November too but it seems to only be offered in October this year. Can I still apply to grad schools without a pgre? Is it possible to still get admitted?
A lot of decent phd programs say subject gre is not required but strongly recommended. What exactly does this mean?It is not guaranteed they will have a copy of the Physics test there. When I took it, they got only the one. Good luck!
Do you think it would help if I staed that I recieved a 600 back when I took it but that score has been deleted from ETS's records and that I couldn't retake it because I missed the deadline? Or do you think my subject gre is too low for that to matter?It means that they can accept a GRE-less applicant, but it doesn't mean that they will. It also doesn't preclude them from accepting a student with weaker grades and letters who has taken the subject GRE.