Graduates from Georgia’s Free University receive highest GRE scores in physics and are listed among 5% of students who gain 900 and more scores in the subject test.
The maximum score in Physics GRE Subject Test is 990, however scoring higher than 900 is a difficult task. Guram Kartvelisvhili, Saba Sharikadze and Tornike Ghutishvili who scored 920, 970 and 990 respectively, beat Georgia’s GRE record this year.
Tornike Ghutishvili is among the world’s top scoring five percent GRE Physics test-takers. Now the world’s leading universities will compete to take these three Georgian students to their campuses.