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GMAT vs GRE for those who studied philosophy

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20 May 2012, 12:33
I used to study philosophy and therefor posses a great ability to interpret a text, underline main points and criticize weak arguments. Overall, I'm good in discover fallacies and contradictions in a reasoning.

So for philosophers, what test is preferable? I believe quite a few people either have a strong mathematical side or philosophic side, some have both, but what type of test is best for those who is especially strong in philosophic reasoning and less talanted in quantitative reasoning.
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