I have never took any freshman physics course and I didn't major in physics but I do know many things from self-study (Quantum mechanics , QFT , general relativity and other things. Now I intend to apply to graduate school in physics.
How can I prepare for the GRE ? I have heard that you can get a perfect score by studying freshman texts like halliday-resnick , right ?
I have fundamentals of physics extended edition by halliday and resnick but I'm unsure how should I study the material as I have never read similar books before and I am unfamiliar with some topics (in optics). There are about 100 problems on each chapter of this book. Should I attempt to do most of them or just a few random problems on each chapter or is it best to read the chapter carefully and do the GRE problems on the internet ?
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