Any advice to this novice for GRE Phy???

1ses
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Any advice to this novice for GRE Phy???

Postby 1ses » Sun Aug 07, 2011 1:27 pm

Hi, i'm living in Izmir Turkey and i will take the GRE Phy and GRE but i don't know anyone that entered those exams. Also i took the toefl exam and i get 84 :oops: i will reenter it. I have a plan and a schedule. i will take GRE Phy on november 12. I have downloaded the REA, fund. of the physics book and alsoo schaum's college phy. but i couldn't start it yet. :| i just want to talk about this. With someone.. Anyone?! I'm freaked out :shock: I need to get focused to my tests!!

Actually i thought that i will learn from the REA and solve the problems from the fundamentals of phy and schaum's book. What do you think about that so called "plan". Is it too much presumptive? I've graduated from astronomy and i'm good at physics but i dont remember any of it. i need practice; lots of, lots of practice. Any advice to this novice???

physicsworks
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Re: Any advice to this novice for GRE Phy???

Postby physicsworks » Sun Aug 07, 2011 3:33 pm

1ses wrote:Any advice to this novice???
Just search this forum.
Let me save a bit of your time:
1. Throw away GRE Physics (REA) book (purple book).
2. Download 5 official tests: GR8677, GR9277, GR9677, GR0177, GR0877 (google!)
3. Solve this tests and find your weaknesses.
4. Depending on #3 master these particular topics using your undergrad lecture notes/textbooks/etc and problem books.

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Re: Any advice to this novice for GRE Phy???

Postby WhoaNonstop » Wed Aug 10, 2011 12:15 pm

physicsworks wrote:
1ses wrote:Any advice to this novice???
Just search this forum.
Let me save a bit of your time:
1. Throw away GRE Physics (REA) book (purple book).
2. Download 5 official tests: GR8677, GR9277, GR9677, GR0177, GR0877 (google!)
3. Solve this tests and find your weaknesses.
4. Depending on #3 master these particular topics using your undergrad lecture notes/textbooks/etc and problem books.



I've found all of these steps work better if you dance during them.

-Riley

physicsworks
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Re: Any advice to this novice for GRE Phy???

Postby physicsworks » Wed Aug 10, 2011 3:07 pm

WhoaNonstop wrote:I've found all of these steps work better if you dance during them.
:D




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