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GRE

High enough to exceed program requirements. Not high enough to brag about. It's pretty much what I expected for someone who feels she's gotten dumber since high school, and didn't study for the test at all.

I didn't get to see my writing score at all, which I'm confident will be better than either the English or the Math. I'm not sure how works with program requirements, but hopefully a library program will want to factor in that score.

Weird thing: for the first time ever, I didn't finish a section. Normally I finish with time to spare. In this case, I had ten questions left to go and three minutes to do it. Hello, Christmas Tree.

I'll not worry about it for now. If my GPA starts to drop (like, below a 3.0) and I need a higher GRE score to compensate for it, I'll study, and I'll take it again.

And next time, I'll also know where the testing center is. I knew where it was this time, too. Three days ago, I got an e-mail with the address and directions. Except, it wasn't there. It put me in a generally bitter mindset.

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dmodderb
Aug. 21st, 2009 10:20 am (UTC)
I submit that the only way of measuring intelligence is by comparison to the rest of population (such as IQ). Therefore, if you feel you, "... have only gotten dumber since high school," it's just the perception of people around you catching up. Either you were ahead of the curve, or you're surrounding yourself with continually smarter people. Is either bad?
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