I recently took the general GRE and scored kind of low (160, 78%) on the quantitative reasoning section. I neglected to study for it because I'm an arrogant physics major, and to my surprise, a few of the questions were actually a bit tricky. I think that my problem is largely about misreading/misinterpreting the question before I even start the math.

I don't feel that I really need a full-on review of mathematics topics for the quantitative section, with the exception of a couple problem-areas. I'm working through the Princeton Review prep book, but I'm soon to finish and I'm needing a place to practice my quantitative reasoning skills.

Does anyone know if there are any giant reservoirs of quantitative reasoning practice problems with solutions? Ideally this would have 500 or more problems, but please share any similar resources you know off.

Cheers,

Zack