shootmewithproton wrote: as long as you are around the average ballpark area score, it's not worth to improve my scores. They only use it to filter out ppl who don't even make their minimum cut off GRE score
I would have to agree with this. As long as you're around the 50th percentile of scores pertaining to your prospective field you should be fine, which you can find on the ETS website if you click around enough (under the understanding your scores link).
From personal experience, I talked to an admissions chair for a physics department, who told me the only cut off that particular school used was to have ~75th percentile (overall) on quantitative. For physics this is the 160-164 range, so I would think you would be ok for most institutions.
hope this helps.