The first thing I want to ask for is some recommended GRE prep books. It would help if you'd recommend books that don't try to push a gimmick way of taking the test. I notice Kaplan and Princeton Review like to do this. "Oh the test is designed to make you fail and using our method you can beat the tricks of the evil ETS!" Yeah, that's what they said when I took the ACT. I tried it their way with all the gimmicks and such - got a 26 then 27. Tried it my way of just working though the test the obvious way - got a 33. Also, what is a good way to prepare for the physics GRE? There is just so much material on it. I took all the classes, but I don't know where to start.