Thanks for the info. Now I have to start thinking about how to study for it... :/
The amount of threads on the internet giving different advice on how to study for the GRE is a little overwhelming and I don't even know where to begin.
Is there a generally accepted "smart" way to prepare for this? Silverturtle's SAT guide really helped me out back in high school (http://talk.collegeconfidential.com/sat ... cess.htmlP
), and while the GRE is obviously much harder I was hoping there could be a basic agreement on when it's best to take the available practice tests, when you should start timing yourself, which textbooks to use in shoring up your knowledge, how one should know the amount of time to devote to studying a particular area (I'd hate to spend a ton of time studying complex numbers and then have it show up in 1 or 2 questions), etc. etc.
I always feel so lost without a structure to my studying, and the huge breadth of material tested on the GRE has kind of frozen me up.