Today I received my mgre subject test scores and had a complete panic attack. I knew they weren't going to be phenomenal, but they were definitely worse than expected. I have a severe problem taking standardized tests, and I knew this long before I took the exam. I know I am more capable than what my score reflects, but now I am having serious reconsideration of applying to PhD programs for next fall. I did take the November test, but I honestly have no inclination of how I did on that. As background, I am a caucasian female at a top 15 school. I have taken in courses in calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, a full year of abstract algebra, real analysis, complex analysis, number theory, calculus of variations, pdes, measure and integration theory at the graduate level, algebraic topology at the graduate level, and riemannian geometry at the graduate level. I have completed an REU at a top ten school for math, and presented my research at three different conferences. For the last two years of undergrad, I have been pretty set on PhD programs, and since I am graduating with both a bachelors in chemical engineering and math, as well as a masters in math, PhD is really the only option for another degree in math. I felt pretty good about grad school, until I got my scores. I feel like there is a complete disagreement between my grade and research credentials and my stupid mgre scores. I am completely terrified that my scores will have schools second guessing my grades as well as other accomplishments. There is a part of me that is completely second guessing applying at all now, but I don't know what else to do with my life.