GRE Preparation Materials - GRE Preparation Classes
There are other prep courses. The two listed below are two of the
more frequently taken courses.
Princeton Review Preparation Class
This site contains much more than just information about the GRE and
how to prepare for it. The link I have made here will take you to their
page on GRE Tests. If you scroll down to the bottom of the page, you
will see links to many other general topics about graduate school. For
example they include information on career guidance and how to apply to
graduate school etc. It appears as if Princeton Review is branching out
to include many other services beyond just test-prep information. The
only problem is that their content is quite shallow (except for GRE
info.) They may be in the process of adding new stuff, so you might want
to browse around a bit to see what they have.
You can prepare for the GRE Subject Test in Psychology by re-reading
your Introductory Psychology text book. Intro books tend to offer a good
overview of the many different areas of concentration in psychology and
the research studies cited are usually the "classics" in that area.
Also, read the texts from such courses as abnormal psych., developmental
psych., physiological psych., psych of learning, sensation and
perception, and social psych. These are some of the areas on which you
will be tested (refer to the GRE brochure for more details on which
areas of concentration are included in the test). If you haven't taken a
class in one of these major areas, borrow a friend's textbook and pay
particular attention to that subject. ETS does publish past GRE Subject
Tests and there are guides available at local bookstores, if you are
Online Prep Courses
GRE Explorer: provides
downloadable GRE prep courses, including math review, verbal study
guide, and essay preparation course.