1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Hello! This is not a real homework question but I was not sure where to post it. I am preparing for my physics GRE exam and I am not sure what to expect. I looked over some old exams (1980's, 2001 and a practice they posted from 2008) and they seem fine (in the sense that you can do them in 3 hours). However, I have a practice book written by 2 MIT graduate students and another practice book (by something called rea). They have some practice exams proposed by them but they seem impossible to be done in 3 hours (some solutions are really long and require many calculations). What should I expect? You really need to have a huge general knowledge and be super fast to get a good grade, or the 2008 practice exam (for example) is a good representative of the actual exam? Thank you!