23 Responses

  1. harsha
    harsha February 14, 2013 at 3:31 pm | | Reply

    What does RC stand for in manhattan rc book ?

  2. uday
    uday February 16, 2013 at 10:35 am | | Reply

    good one ra..more than the answers you posted here i loved the way you have presented it..flawless english..good improvement..go ahead..!!

  3. swathi
    swathi February 17, 2013 at 12:30 pm | | Reply

    if in first attempt i get good verbal and quant score but not awa score.and in the next attempt if i get good awa but not quant and verbal.can i select verbal and quant score from 1st attempt and awa from 2nd attempt.please help.nobody cleared my doubt.

  4. Sumit
    Sumit July 23, 2013 at 6:10 pm | | Reply

    Hi, Harsha. I’m currently in my second year of Computer Science Engineering and what I wanted to know was, as you said in the MYTH #3, you should have a Stellar Profile in order to get into the Ivy League Colleges. What is a Stellar Profile according to you? Also, I’m asking this because I kind of messed up my 1st year in the college and right now my GPA is around 5.9, What do you think should I do in order to get into an Ivy League. Thanks.

  5. rohan
    rohan October 8, 2013 at 12:15 pm | | Reply

    Hi,i have written my gre exam and i haven’t reported the scores to the university on the same day,and in my gre account scores are not available.It shows that absent/scores are not available.What does this mean?

  6. Sunil
    Sunil October 16, 2013 at 7:08 am | | Reply

    How would you rate GRE verbal grail for top score

  7. Ashutosh
    Ashutosh November 8, 2013 at 3:42 pm | | Reply

    I gave the GRE today and well i got a really bad score(V-151,Q-152).I prepared for the verbal part for almost a month and for quant preperation i gave 20 days.Now i want to take the gre again for spring 2015 and my goal is atleast 325+.Should i continue practicing questions or should i start afresh with the 6 month plan?i am a working software professional so it become difficult to take out time.What should be my plan of action for 325

  8. anusha
    anusha March 26, 2014 at 1:26 pm | | Reply

    Hi, at present am at the end of 2nd year( b.tech in ECE). I wanted to prepare for GRE but as u said in #3 myth, how much CGPA should I secure? and please throw some light about “published papers” too as am worried about! Thanks.

  9. sanjay
    sanjay August 9, 2014 at 2:47 pm | | Reply

    Hii …my gre score is 300 planning for spring 2015
    I am in a confusion whether to retake exam nd score high nd can apply for next fall
    any suggestions??

  10. satish
    satish September 14, 2014 at 6:02 am | | Reply

    hi, i am studying 3 year mechanical engg. and i am appearing for gre in december 2014 . So when , can i apply to any university ? is it immediately or after completion of 4 year

  11. Sri
    Sri March 26, 2015 at 3:30 am | | Reply

    Hello Harsha, I saw your interview with happyschools. I liked your accent and candidness. I am from Andhra too. Scored 330 last wednesday. T’sup ?

  12. surender
    surender September 25, 2015 at 10:30 am | | Reply

    Value my profile for getting scholarships for first semester of ms in us universities
    GRE=307
    Quant=161
    verbal=146
    Analytical=2.5
    Btech in ece and Academics=65%
    Also please recommend some universities

    1. megziflips
      megziflips May 13, 2016 at 3:55 am | | Reply

      Very unlikely you will get scholarship.
      Firstly, American universities use their masters programs as a “cash cow”, that means it is rarely funded.

      In some exceptional cases though, a masters student might be funded, but in such situations one should have a stellar profile. Your profile – sorry to say – is far from stellar, low GRE scores, and a GPA of 65%, I would venture to say it might be below the admission requirements of a lot of universities but if you intended to bear the full cost of study, you might just get in.

      Rather than worry about getting a scholarship, I think you should be more worried about getting in.

  13. Naman Arora
    Naman Arora June 4, 2017 at 1:49 am | | Reply

    Hi.. I am wiiling to take the test at the end of month and came across a weird thought on computer adaptive stratergy of GRE. People say if one does good in current section they get a tougher subsequent section which sets a higher cap on marks. What if I get an easy section to begin with? Is it that dependent on luck?

  14. Sasank Matavalam
    Sasank Matavalam June 10, 2017 at 1:56 pm | | Reply

    Hey sriharsha I gave my gre and i got Q-154 and v-136 is there any way that i can improve my verbal score so that i can get a 300+ in gre?please help me my exam is in one month.

  15. Sourya Mookerjee
    Sourya Mookerjee November 14, 2017 at 4:38 am | | Reply

    Well I agree with you till some extent. But the thing in GRE is that it is all percentile grading. So if there is a really tough question, obviously many will not be able to answer it correctly. But if there are even a handful who do manage to crack it, then the bell curve shifts drastically. Just because you answered this many correctly or this many wrong does not guarantee a corresponding score. It all depends on your luck. My advice is focus on your learning more than the score. After all, score may be valuable temporarily, but knowledge always stays on for a lifetime.

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