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So I just took my test today and my unofficial score is 152 on verbal and 160 on math... I know everyone says GRE scores don't matter, but I'm trying to aim for the tops Ivy schools. (GSD, Yale, Princeton, MIT, etc. ) Do you guys think I should take it again? For those of you who got into the schools I mentioned, what were your scores on the GRE?
anyone have any suggestions?
If you aim for the Ivy schools, I think U need to get higher scores, at lest V 155+and Q 163+
Well... according to your scores forget about MIT.... Princeton and Yale still fine IMHO...
For Sci-Arc and Columbia its OK as well.
p.s. GRE is such Bul###....
Thanks for the suggestions
hmmm Does MIT put more emphasis on the GREs?
i got 157 verbal and 159 quantitative and im now at yale. dont stress too much about the gre.
hi, i'm a current B.Arch undergraduate who is interested in pursuing a M.Arch ll degree.
however, i do have a very poor GRE 136/141/3.0 and overall GPA 2.99. one of my major's GPA is a 3.41. although my grades and GRE scores are poor, I received letter of recommendations from a very famous architect, two directors, and principals...(i've had a close educational and professional relationship with all of them). i've also won more than 15 scholarships/awards and have done internships since I was a senior in high school.
i'm also a minority...
.. are my chances farfetched?
i applied to:
harvard's m.arch ll, columbia's msaad, ysoa m.arch ll, mit, princeton, cornell, etc.
well, i know columbia won't consider applicants that don't have a minimum GRE of 150v/145q or something like that...
do you know what columbia's msaad requires in a portfolio?
@sensation- you have what it takes (networking)
@Znaika... thanks.. so networking also plays a major role... as an undergraduate.. i also received more than one bachelors.. i just pray that these schools will consider me
how about i let you in our studio and you can build my final model? so many things i'd rather be doing at 3am on a saturday night.
you know, its best just to call into those schools and explain your situation. perhaps they can shed some light on some of your questions.