I posted before about possibly retaking the physics GRE, but now I have a question about the general GRE. First of all, I took the general GRE years ago, and scored well as I recall, but ETS drops scores after 5 years, so I have to retake the booger I mean, there are sooooo many other things I could be spending my time on (specifically, a research project I'm in the middle of); instead, I'm facing a pile of Kaplan, Barron, Princeton Review, etc. books with practically zero motivation to actually do anything in any of them. That said, I did take the Princeton Review's online GRE CAT test today: Verbal 780/800 Quant 640/800 Yes, you read that right. I somehow scored higher on verbal than on the math section (largely because I ran out of time on the test). Yes, I'm a physics student. Any tips for improving my quantitative score? I keep telling myself I have to get an 800. 800 is pretty much expected for us physics folk, right? Thanks, y'all.