- Feb 8, 2005
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I missed the deadline for the physics GRE. Does anybody know what my chances of getting to take the test as a standby are?
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I'm not sure about the GRE, but I was under the impression the GMAT could be scheduled with almost no advance notice. I think when I took it I scheduled it for the week after, no more than ten days in any case, and I took one of the first CAT versions (in 99)
This is true for the general GRE, but apparently not for the subject. Probably because the subject is still a paper test.Originally Posted by dusty
Hmm...I was under the impression that all graduate programs in Science and Engineering require the GRE. I was planning to take it and try for a Ph.D. program in Economics, but the greedy lawyer in me prevailed. Though I'm still thinking about getting it later if I like doing antitrust work.Originally Posted by DarkNWorn
(...) I was under the impression the GMAT could be scheduled with almost no advance notice. I think when I took it I scheduled it for the week after, no more than ten days in any case, and I took one of the first CAT versions (in 99) (...)
I took the GMAT in September '06 and had to register two months in advance (but it was in Belgium).Originally Posted by Tibo
This is not about the GMAT, guys, it's about the GRE. I assumed that since the tests are administered by the same company, they might have similar rules for all tests. I think that's true, but there's a difference between their computer and paper tests. The physics GRE is paper only.Originally Posted by dusty