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For higher topics, there's no need to really understand them. For complex analysis, know cauchy-riemann conditions and cauchy residue theorem. For fields, just know Z_(prime) is a field and the basic definition...

Study basic calculus more. E.g. If I give you a speed S, a position (x,y), and the starting position and velocity vector of a body, what is the shortest path you can take to get to the body. Or another, if I pick two arbitrary distinct points and define a constant C, give equation describing motion such that sum of distances from two points is C.

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OK, you might not need them for the GRE. But it's not smart not to study those things...

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Thanks, I'll get to complex analysis/fields now. I don't have much time left =(

I think i'm ok with calculus.

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OK, you might not need them for the GRE. But it's not smart not to study those things...

Correct me I'm wrong, but many UG math students in US don't encounter lebesgue integration. Typically schools will have a 2-semester real analysis sequence. First will be single-variable sequences, differentiability, continuity, riemann integration; and then second semester will be lebesgue integration or analysis on manifolds.

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