GRE scores: What range of schools could I get into?

I have a BA in English Literature and Gender Studies. My GPA is a 3.5 overall and a 3.8 in my major. Unfortunately I didn't do so well on my GRE and I got a 550 verbal and a 580 quantitative (I don't have my writing scores yet). I'm trying to figure out what range of schools I could get into. I know I'm not going to be in the top ten, but what about top twenty or thirty?

Any ideas about good Eng lit or Gender studies programs I could get into?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    graduate degrees in gender studies:

    Brandeis University

    Waltham, MA

    MA Program in Women's and Gender Studies

    Arizona State University

    Tempe, AZ

    Women and Gender Studies Program

    Brandeis University

    Waltham, MA

    Joint Degree Programs in Women's and Gender Studies

    Eastern Michigan University

    Ypsilanti, MI

    Department of Women's and Gender Studies

    Indiana University Bloomington

    Bloomington, IN

    Gender Studies Program

    Northwestern University

    Evanston, IL

    Program in Gender Studies

    Roosevelt University

    Chicago, IL

    Program in Women's and Gender Studies

    Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick

    New Brunswick, NJ

    Program in Women's and Gender Studies

    Simmons College

    Boston, MA

    Program in Gender/Cultural Studies

    University of Florida

    Gainesville, FL

    Center for Women's Studies and Gender Research

    University of Memphis

    Memphis, TN

    Women's and Gender Studies Program

    The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

    Greensboro, NC

    Program in Women's and Gender Studies

    University of Northern Iowa

    Cedar Falls, IA

    Program in Women's and Gender Studies

    University of Saskatchewan

    Saskatoon, SK

    Department of Women's and Gender Studies

    graduate degrees in english literature:

    http://www.petersons.com/GradChannel/code/InstSear...

    if that link doesnt work, just go to petersons.com and go from there.

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  • Sigrid
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    4 years ago

    If you pass up the chance to apply, you'll spend the rest of your life wondering if you might have gotten in. It only costs you $45 to find out. It's worth the investment, even if the chance is slim. Unless the school has specific requirements listed that say they will NEVER accept students with GRE scores at your level, you ought to apply. It doesn't matter what the AVERAGE score is that they accept. It only matters that you're somewhere within the acceptable level. If that's true and you don't apply, you'll never know for certain.

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