Forum for the GRE subject test in mathematics.
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Does anyone know of any Graduate School for Math in US that does not require GRE General Test? I am aware that Ohio State U does not require General Test.
I can do OK in the Math Subject, but honestly no way for the GRE General (the English part).
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New Mexico State University and if am not mistaken, Kansas
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UMN say they don't pay attention to general
I remember University of Utah is another.
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why don't you just try it first? I think you can choose to send only the subject score if u get a really bad general score.
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I don't know if you are interested in Canadian schools, but none of them require (or care about) the GREs.
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will it even matter to math grad schools if you do poorly on the verbal section of the general GRE? also, along the same lines, do they even care bout the math section of the general test?