Chemistry GRE:Worth taking? What prep book to get?

<p>Hi all,</p>

<p>I'm a junior Environmental Chemistry major and planning to start GRE prep soon. </p>

<p>I'm mainly thinking about environmental and analytical chemistry programs for grad school and it seemed logical that a good Chem GRE score would help. Thing is, none of the admissions pages I've visited suggest or even mention subject GRE's.</p>

<p>Now if I decide to take it, I will need preparation. The only up-to-date prep I could find for Chem GRE is the Princeton Review "Cracking" series, which got great reviews for the General GRE, but absolutely horrendous reviews for the Chem subject exam. All other CHem GRE books available are at least 5 years out of date.</p>

<p>Any suggestions or advice is much appreciated.</p>

<p>Very Bleated BUMP. Still looking for a good prep book as all of them suck balls.</p>

<p>Break 50th percentile and you’re golden, assuming you’re a US student with good GPA, research experience, and letters of reference.</p>

<p>It’s not really something to stress that much over. GRE’s are a formality.</p>