Humanity, and all of the psychological and social nuances of it, has interested you for a long time. In fact, you're considering a major in one of the social science fields right this minute. Perhaps your goal is to excel in Economics or pursue a doctorate in Psychology. Maybe, you're more interested in digging into the ways humankind has both changed and stayed the same throughout the past couple thousand years or so. In any case, you're going to need to know the Revised GRE scores that can make or break your admissions to the university of your choice.
If, for instance, you're longing for acceptance into an Anthropological graduate program, and other students with your same major are a good 10 points above you on the GRE (and the rest of your stats like GPA, undergraduate involvement, recommendations, etc. are similar), whom do you think the admissions officers will select to admit? Hmm? Yeah. You'd better think about these average scores and how they can impact your chances at the school to which you're interested in applying.
Here are the mean Revised GRE scores for students intending to major in Social Sciences, according to the latest report published by ETS, the makers of the Revised GRE. These scores were taken from students who tested from August, 2011 through April, 2012.
Mean Revised GRE Scores for Social Science Majors