Actually I think it's kind of nice. No one really cares how I do on the physics GRE, but in the past our department has generally put a lot of effort and enthusiasm into improving areas where our graduating students seem to be flagging, and rewarding professors who teach the things our students excel at. Because of this, students here tend to score well above the national average, and at the top for the region. From what I've heard though, our test is nothing like the physics GRE. It is a written test with just a few very long problems.