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I'm studying for the GRE exam and time is not on my side. So I wanted some idea of how much depth I need to go into in some of the more complex areas. The syllabus mentions the Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formulation, noninertial reference frames and mathematical methods like fourier series, boundary value problems, etc. and there's a section on Specialized topics. How much depth do I have to go into for each of these topics and what book should I follow for the Specialized Topics?

Also I have no experience in Lab methods and there's a whole section on it in the syllabus. Is there any book or any other source where I can get an idea of these methods?

Any advice would be appreciated.

This is the GRE Physics syllabus: http://www.ets.org/gre/subject/about/content/physics" [Broken]

I'm studying for the GRE exam and time is not on my side. So I wanted some idea of how much depth I need to go into in some of the more complex areas. The syllabus mentions the Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formulation, noninertial reference frames and mathematical methods like fourier series, boundary value problems, etc. and there's a section on Specialized topics. How much depth do I have to go into for each of these topics and what book should I follow for the Specialized Topics?

Also I have no experience in Lab methods and there's a whole section on it in the syllabus. Is there any book or any other source where I can get an idea of these methods?

Any advice would be appreciated.

This is the GRE Physics syllabus: http://www.ets.org/gre/subject/about/content/physics" [Broken]

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