Hi everyone, I'm about to begin a Master's in Psychology program which is very research-oriented. By the time I apply again to Clinical PhD programs, I should have 5 presentations, hopefully 1 published paper, and a thesis on my CV. My GPA was 3.9 during undergrad and I intend to keep it high while in my Master's program. I will be sure to have great LOR and a (hopefully) stellar SOP for each program I apply to. Really the only thing I'm majorly concerned about with my application are my GRE scores. I have a 166 in Verbal (97th percentile) and 153 in Quantitative (51st percentile). Obviously, my quant score could be better. This was my second attempt at the GRE, and I raised my quant score from 37th to 51st percentile, but I spent many miserable hours studying both times. I desperately want to avoid retaking the GRE at all costs. My question: Is my quantitative score going to automatically get me rejected from most clinical PhD programs, or will the stronger areas of my application make up for it? I'm also applying to Counseling PhD programs, which I'm hoping won't care as much about the quantitative score.