For calculus, I think Cracking the Math GRE covers most kinds of questions and the review sections are quite comprehensive, you could try the little yellow boxes in the sections of Stewart , they cover the tricks , u might need to do that for integration and series chapters mainly.
As for real analysis, the Cracking book is bad. If u have no knowledge of analysis or topology, what can work pretty well for u is getting any introductory text in analysis (mine was william wade) and skim through the chapters looking for theorem statements, u could compile these in papers, u need to do that for limits, continuity, differentiability, integrability and uniform convergence and uniform continuity (it wont take much time, trust me). Try to pick the statements that seem to state properties of important kinds of functions like : if continuous function then bla bla or set is compact if and only if bla bla, the kind of statements that will help u characterize these popular categories. Focus on the necessary and sufficient conditions of every theorem. u will also find statements about continuous functions on compact sets and so on which u will need on the test. i believe the best practice for the analysis questions is the previous tests, I am not sure if the REA book is ok on this. Good luck.