I took the October Test and I got a 560 (27%) on it and I also took the November test (and expect a similar score since I did not have much time for prep because of my two grad courses). I'll be applying for Fall 2014 admission (after my masters).

Are there any textbooks to prep one for the Calculus (most importantly, Calc I and III) portion of the test?

Stewart seems too easy for the more difficult Calc I questions, (i.e. given info on function g, g', and g' and what they equal estimate something about g and g'. These are basically questions asking about the relationship between all three, but it hardly gives any info on g, g', and g''.)

Also, are there any textbooks to prep for the Analysis and Algebra portions of the test? I find questions about functions on the Analysis portion and questions about Ideals and polynomial divisibility quite difficult.

Finally, are there textbooks that help prep one for the rest of the test?

I need to get a 700 (at least) to have any chance of admission to some of my preferred Math PhD (possibly pure math and maybe applied math) grad programs.

I was thinking of using Princeton Review for some review, but I need something more intensive to prep for the test since I feel that I know bits and pieces of the content (however, I don't know it well enough to prevent myself from getting tricked by the test).