Hey everyone,

So I'm supposed to take Nuclei and Fundamental particles next year, but the GRE is this october, and I don't want to simply hope that I've learned everything I need at the last minute. I currently have the David Griffiths intro to elementary particles. Which chapters do you think are important to go over for the GRE? There was a fermi energy question on the gre, didn't know it at all:

1 Historical Introduction to the Elementary Particles.

2 Elementary Particle Dynamics.

3 Relativistic Kinematics.

4 Symmetries.

5 Bound States.

6 The Feynman Calculus.

7 Quantum Electrodynamics.

8 Electrodynamics and Chromodynamics of Quarks.

9 Weak Interactions.

10 Gauge Theories.

11 Neutrino Oscillations.

12 Afterword: What´s Next?

A The Dirac Delta Function.

B Decay Rates and Cross Sections.

C Pauli and Dirac Matrices.

D Feynman Rules (Tree Level).

Thanks alot for the help.

Ari