I just decided that when I graduate this Dec with my M.S. in biomedical engineering, that I want to pursue a PhD in physics. My undergraduate was in math and have 24 credits in physics. My M.S. work was with medical physics.
I only registered for the physics GRE today, and I need to start cramming! I did some reading on this forum and the general vibe I got for the best way to study is to use Halliday, Resnick, Walker. While I do not own a copy of HRW, I do own University Physics by Young & Freedman.
For my study plan, I was going to studying the four practice exams from ETS, and use Young & Freedman to compliment. Do you guys think this is a good plan, and what could I do better? Is it worth getting the HRW book?