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No. You are not responsible as plagiarism would be done by others, not you, and it is considered plagiarism just when they post the exact same text.


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Would taking the non-required mathematics subject based GRE test make my application more competitive? It doesn't matter whether it will or not. In my opinion, you're fetishizing these tests. Would scoring well on a non-required GRE Mathematics Subject Test make me more competitive? Well, IMHO you're already too focused on competition. I respectfully ...


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Many things that impress one committee member will not impress others. I suspect it will not help much, and possibly could hurt your chances a little in some cases. What is most important are: letters of recommendation, academic records and experience. Many people going into top CS programs are strong in math, so it doesn't really help to set you apart ...


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While there exists a small chance that an excellent result on a non-required GRE Subject will increase your chances to get admitted into a graduate school, I am not convinced it is worth the time and money. The time to prepare and take this take could be more efficiently spent into preparing a better statement of intent, getting good letters of ...


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No one here can speak for some admissions committee. They might look at it, might not. If they have strict rules they might even need to ignore it. It won't do you any harm, though and there is an outside chance it will make some small difference. But focus more on the things that they do ask for. And, for what it's worth, the competition at top schools is ...


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