I apologize for starting this thread.
I'll not discuss in public any GRE Physics questions in the future, If I need to ask any questions, I'll make it as generic as possible.
Regarding foreigners scoring high in general GRE test, my opinion is the studying method of many international students, are different from the Americans. They usually stress on factual memorising and rote learning, this is the tradiiton, I believe, especially countries from the East.
I think the American way of studying is to look for understanding and on-the-spot thinking, in other words, think on your feet.
However, looking at the number of questions on GRE Physcis, and the time constraint, I find if I want to do well, I definitely need to memorise some basic formulae of Physics.
However, I truely support the American way of education and learning, that is, understaning anf application of knowledge and concepts, and solve problems on the spot. In fact my country has started revamping the educational system, to emphasize more thinking skills than memorising, in which I'm part of the workforce too.
BTW, I'm also international.