I'm thinking about going back to school for a new degree. Teaching is not an option anymore. I will never get a full-time teaching job, at least not for many, many years. Where I live, it has always been tough, even when things were going fine in education. The competition is just very high. Even knowing people still hasn't helped. I had a principal get me an interview, basically told me to go even though I didn't bother to apply. Went, did my best, and still didn't get the job, they went with someone they knew better. Fine. I wasn't surprised. ANYWAYS, back to my original point. I want to enroll in a masters program, not education. I will need to take the GRE but I know that they changed it up quite a bit a few years ago. I heard it was more "bloated" and difficult. Is it? Also, one of the grad programs I'm looking at is asking for a minimum score of Verbal: 425, Quantitative: 650, and AW: 4.0. Since I do not know anything about the GRE, yet (studying), do these scores sound difficult to achieve? Thanks. I'm going through a career crisis right now. I'm fed up with my para job and I am the type of person that needs a plan of action.