Hi all, I am starting to plan my Physics GRE studying... I will probably take the test next September or October. I have a lot of reading to do between now and then. I would like to hear about any and all strategies that worked for you, what you believe was most important. I have tons of brushing up to do just to regain familiarity with concepts I've forgotten, so I was thinking I would reread my physics textbooks for a couple of months, taking notes and memorizing equations and stuff and maybe a sprinkling of problems. And maybe simultaneously go through a math for physicists book and really do problems. (Math is sadly my greatest weakness) Then, in maybe March or April, I'll just start doing problems regularly and take practice tests. The idea is that I'll get all the qualitative stuff firmly in my head and have stronger mathematical foundations, so that when I dig into the physics for real I can hit the ground running. Of course, my real biggest problem is no doubt personal discipline! How to study after getting home from work at 7, how to avoid beer and friends, and the vidja games! Let me know what you think, I am very open to suggestions about everything from studying practices to attitude and mental tricks! I want to succeed! P.S. Are the Feynman lectures/books worth it? Are they all they are cracked up to be?