Good Resources for GRE Prep?
Hey all. I am considering a pursuit of a PhD and wanted some advice from someone who took the new GRE or who is studying for it. I have been looking at amazon and half.com for reliable sources to study for the GRE. I read through some of the previous posts concerning this and know that practice is the best way to tackle this. I have taken one practice full length test just to get a feel for it, and I did on average for the whole test (I didn't study for it at all, but just went in and took the test to get an idea of it).
Based on reviews, I want to know which books/sites are the most accurate when it comes to GRE prep just to be most prepared since my GPA is weak. I am planning to do a good amount of research during the rest of my undergraduate term and a 80%+ GRE score would help with grad admissions for a PhD program.
Barron's? GRE for Dummies? Kaplan or Princeton Review? Any other recommended titles or sites?
Any feedback is appreciated, and thanks everyone!