I figured a thread that reinforces studying for the GRE would be a nice addition. If anything, reading this thread will hopefully get people motivated to study as well as provide strategies that others are using to attack the test. Let's ace this test, get passed it, and get in to the PhD/PsyD program that we deserve to be in. Here is my plan. GRE test date: August 21, 2008; 12:30pm Target score: 1300 Materials used: Princeton Review Cracking the GRE 2008 Edition; The Ultimate Math Refresher for the GRE, GMAT, and SAT. Courses: Power Prep course (2006) and I am registered for a weekend GRE course June 20-22. Study plan: 3 hours daily up until the night before the test. I'm making flash cards for vocabulary words from the Princeton Review "Hit Parade" list. As well, I'm using the Ultimate Math Refresher book to review math principles before I get into the Princeton Review section on math. Needs work: Motivation to study. It's difficult being a MA student and trying to fit studying in to my schedule. I've been through this process before (taken the GRE 2x's already) so it's hard to start it all over again.