Dear Friends, I am planning to take physics GRE test in October, between October and now I have nothing to do but to study physics. I have a three year Bachelor degree in Natural Sciences (i.e. equal emphasis on Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics). So here is what I know: I understand although not excellently a major portion of the physics covered but I have not solved any numerical at all, that does not mean I don't know how to solve them I absolutely do but they are not required for getting good grades so naturally practice is lacking and I have enough time for practice (Hopefully!), although I am pretty good at concepts. So here is my problem: First I thought GRE would be exceedingly difficult and now from web forums I am finding out it isn't, its difficulty I am told is average. I am told studying standard university physics books thoroughly (I have SEARS AND ZEMANSKY'S) is sufficient for good marks. So my questions are: 1. Is it true? Will it be sufficient for performing better than 80%? 1.1 If not then what in addition should I study for performing better than 80%? 2. If it is true that studying a standard text of University physics is sufficient then what in addition should I do to get marks in 900's? In this regard I have already few ideas in mind like studying one specialized book in each topic like Griffith's for both Electrodynamics and quantum mechanics, will it be sufficient? If not then what in addition should I do? Thank you friends for taking time to read my post.