Hi guys. I'm relatively new to the Physics Forums, so forgive me if this question has been asked a bunch already. (I'm sure it has). I'm currently a junior in UCLA and majoring in Physics. I want to go to grad school (not sure which yet) so I'll obviously need to take both the general GRE and Physics GRE. I was wondering if someone could give me some advice. I'm currently doing research (hopefully leads to a publication sometime at the start of my senior year). I'm taking 3-4 upper div physics classes each quarter and am also grading papers for other physics classes. Basically, I'm not sure how I can squeeze GRE study time in, so I was debating on whether or not I should just finish my degree and take a year off to prepare for GRE's. Or is this something I can cram into my senior year? There's a brief period of time in the summer where I may be able to squeeze 2-3weeks, but I'm not sure if that's enough. Also, I'm not sure if graduate schools will see the last 2 quarters worth of upper division work, so will that potential hurt my chances? My GPA is currently a 4.0, and I've scored a 2300 on the SAT, but have no idea how I'll do for GRE's and the PGRE. Thanks!