I've decided to give the new GRE a whirl, because <insert reason that doesn't make me sound like an idiot>.
I've gone through a few reviews on courses and books, and since this is a new test, i've decided to buy a variety of books to ensure that I've got most of the angles covered - assuming I manage to go through all the books in time.
I've just bought the following books:1. Official Guide to the Revised GRE
2. Princeton - Cracking the New GRE
3. Barron's NEW GRE
4. Kaplan - NEW GRE Premier
I plan to go through #1-4, in that order, and run through the OG again at the death.
The Manhattan GRE set of books is also worth a go, but I think I've got enough to keep me busy.
I don't think I'll be spending any cash on online test prep since most of the providers are still finding their feet. That being said, if you are one of those who detest studying all alone, then Manhattan or Magoosh
might be worth a go - these two seem to be ahead of the pack
Any comments/ suggestions on material that might be worth a go?
Net Impact's BUSINESS AS UNUSUAL Guide - a must-read!