Yes please! Also I havnt had lot time to study since I was taking 3 courses over the summer and I do not have the money to afford Kaplan Study materials. Is the test hard?
I thought the test was pretty difficult, but that's expected considering everyone taking it is trying to get into a graduate school. I found the math easier than the SAT/ACT but the reading comprehension felt much more difficult. A lot more logic based instead of memorization, which I enjoyed.
I didn't spend any money in prep - many libraries offer GRE study materials for free so I just checked out 3 things: The Official Guide to the GRE Test (2017), 150 Verbal Questions workbook, and 150 Quantitative Questions workbook. I also watched videos of "Gregmat" to calm myself and understand the test-taking process, along with essay structure.
Using these materials and about a month of studying (~3 hours a day) I scored a 160Q, 158V, 5.5 AWA.
My advice - use the reddit GRE forum (no account needed; it is public) and obtain a library card to save money. I would also recommend only using material from ETS (the GRE test makers) but of course you can find success with other distributors.
Let me know if you have any other questions and good luck!