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Taking GRE Pysch test next week!
I noticed that a lot of you have taken the test already so this might not interest you. But for those of you out there taking it soon please read on. So I have almost all the psych subject test prep books--Arco, barrons, rea, princeton, kaplan, 2 ets gre practice tests (yeah I know, I'm obsessive)--and have been studying for almost 2 months but now that I just retook (after not looking at it for over a month)the most up to date ets practice test I am feeling like I have to go over everything again because no matter what I just can't keep track of names and all those theory specific questions. Do you think it would be better to just keep taking practice tests and going over wrong answers(I still haven't taken a few from some of the books) or make more flashcards since I feel like with a week to go neither will be that beneficial. Any tips? For those of you who took it already what areas did you have trouble on or what aspects were you surprised about the exam? Also I hate number 2 pencils cos the erasers are terrible so any suggestions for good pencils?