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Has the Physics GRE changed?

  1. Feb 7, 2005 #1
    Has anyone taken it in the last year or so? Has it gone to computer-based now? The reason I ask is I would MUCH prefer a paper based test. And if it is now computer based, like the general, where you can only do 1 problem at a time and not go back and forth, then I want to find study guides similar to this.

    Also, are there any recent study-books? The newest I've found is 6-7 years old, and wouldn't reflect any recent changes.

    Thanks a lot! I need to get studying for this. A quick run through of ETS practice test guessing on the ones i didnt know right away yielded roughly mid 40's out of the 100, but going back on my answers I would have got a lot more right had I taken my time.(I did all 100 in under 70 minutes). I shouldn't have too much of a problem with studying and getting above 750 on it.
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