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These scores matter, so start studying early and register at ETS to take the tests as early as possible. It is excellent preparation and includes plenty of practice tests. ETS periodically adds new material to the tests so you want the most up-to-date book. You can take a computer-based or hand-written version of the test; I recommend the handwritten version as it is easier to make notes and work out the problems on the test booklet itself than on paper beside the computer. The Physics GRE subject test is much more involved, and much more difficult. There are no omnipotent books from The Princeton Review, and you have to do the best you can using a variety of sources. Your Physics GRE score matters a lot if you are applying to Physics programs especially if you are an international student, as some schools have cutoffs.
This format allows the examined person to freely move back and forth between questions within each section, and the testing software allows the user to "mark" questions within each section for later review if time remains. The entire testing procedure lasts about 3 hours 45 minutes. The analytical writing is split up into two sections, one section for each issue and argument task.
The next four sections consist of two verbal and two quantitative sections in varying order. There is no experimental section on the paper-based test. This version is only available in areas where the computer-based version is unavailable. Verbal section[ edit ] The computer-based verbal sections assess reading comprehension, critical reasoning, and vocabulary usage.
The verbal test is scored on a scale of —, in 1-point increments.
Before August , the scale was —, in point increments. In a typical examination, each verbal section consists of 20 questions to be completed in 30 minutes. The changes in include a reduced emphasis on rote vocabulary knowledge and the elimination of antonyms and analogies. Text completion items have replaced sentence completions and new reading question types allowing for the selection of multiple answers were added.
Quantitative section[ edit ] The computer-based quantitative sections assess basic high school level mathematical knowledge and reasoning skills.
The quantitative test is scored on a scale of —, in 1-point increments Before August the scale was —, in point increments. In a typical examination, each quantitative section consists of 20 questions to be completed in 35 minutes. The changes in include the addition of numeric entry items requiring the examinee to fill in the blank and multiple-choice items requiring the examinee to select multiple correct responses. The writing section is graded on a scale of 0—6, in half-point increments.
The essays are written on a computer using a word processing program specifically designed by ETS. The program allows only basic computer functions and does not contain a spell-checker or other advanced features. Each essay is scored by at least two readers on a six-point holist scale. If the two scores are within one point, the average of the scores is taken.
If the two scores differ by more than a point, a third reader examines the response. I think the first point is one that we can consider, but the second is probably a non-starter. Occasionally one of them recites some folklore that the verbal section is an OK predictor of grad school success, and they seem to be OK with that. Again, it might even be that the verbal and analytical writing sections are NOT good predictors of success in physics grad school.
But some people believe that they are, and the response is interesting. Especially since these sections would seem to be more vulnerable to cultural bias than the quantitative section and the physics subject test. June 12, at pm Or that people who suck at math and want to pursue an graduate STEM degree tend to go into biology as opposed to physics. Undergraduates with engineering degrees have reasonably good employment prospects without further training, and thus less of a need to go to grad school, so only the really top students bother.
Which gets you higher scores on average, even though I think most physicists would say that undergrad engineers are less mathematically gifted than undergrad physicists.
On some level, I suspect that may be a distinction without a difference, though. How well this approach scales is a major question. I have long been of the opinion that what standardized tests like the GRE measure is the ability to take standardized tests.
That the SAT can be and routinely is gamed is evidence supporting that view. Actual styles will vary among students, but a random white male student may be more likely to be close to the culture and educational style favored by the tests than a random female or minority student. At the same time, there are many stories of white males getting superior mentoring to young women and minorities, even at the college level.
Fast forward-I am now a Biology Professor Emeritus. Uncle Al says: June 13, at am Social promotion to a surgeon holding a scalpel is madness.
Your chart show not racial defect but instead absence of genius. Mediocrity is human SOP. Objective performance matters. Cull the herd. Do not invest in what is not.
If you fail basic math in the classroom, in the GRE, in the workplace, then you are only fit for management damaging the company but not its customers. Seek diamonds in kimberlite, but do not reject them in river gravel. CCPhysicist says: June 14, at pm First, that argument about the salary earned by women generally, based on the sentence structure would also apply to men generally.
It is silly to compare the salary of a person whose highest degree is a BA in whatever to someone with a PhD.
It might be interesting to compare salaries for a woman with a BS in engineering to a man or woman with a PhD in engineering. Maybe the smart ones get a job.