The lousiness of the purple book has been discussed often on this forum. Do some keyword searches on "purple book" and "REA", and you should find all you need to know.delsub wrote:i have the so called 403 page purple book - is that overkill for the subject gre phys?
delsub wrote:i have the so called 403 page purple book - is that overkill for the subject gre phys?
delsub wrote:ok point taken. so what would be a good book to rely on?
or is there no one book?
does barrons or peterson's publish a subject gre physics book??
btw, the people who studied for the sub gre phys from the purple book - did all of you botch up your tests??
stephanie60 wrote:This might be dated, but in 2004 I used Everything You Need to Know to Score High-GRE Psychology-3rd edition by Sidney Raphael, Ph.D and L.H Halpert Ph.D. It easier than searching through huge intro to psych text books cause it highlights important aspects, is divided into well organized sections (abnormal, perception, history, learning, experimental, etc), and contains 2 sample tests.
midwestphysics wrote:Yeah, study that Psychology book, you'll be a sure thing to ace the Physics GRE..... Wow, just wow.
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