So, I'm a senior undergrad in Mechanical Engineering at WVU and I'm going to grad school (not at WVU). The original plan was to study for the GRE over the summer and take it at the beginning of the fall. Didn't happen. I had a few other plans later that also failed. Now I really gotta study for it because I don't have much time left. About a week ago I took one practice full length GRE that ETS had on their website and scored 730 math, 380 verbal (english isn't my native language). Since then I've been kindda studying vocab, which I really hate doing. I'd much rather just work on my math to get my score up closer to 800, but here's where I need help. Should I work on math or vocab? I want to get in a good school (ie. Northwestern, Carnegie Mellon, etc...). I have no idea whether I even have a chance or not, but since I'm an engineering student I was hoping they'll pay more attention to my math score. One more thing, I think I will get a good score on the analytical portion of the exam (practice exam doesn't tell you what you got on the analytical). Any advice is greatly appreciated!