GRE is done, although my scores give the impression that English may not be my first language (by the way, English is pretty much my only language except for French from school). I think I may retake that wretched exam to improve my verbal score, but overall I am pretty happy with how it turned out.
For any of you that may read my blog and are also about to take the GRE, I highly suggested doing as many timed practice exams as you can. I nearly ran out of time on both the quantitative and verbal sections, and had to rush the last 7-8 questions of each.
As far as study guides go, I recommend any of the Princeton Review books. Cracking the GRE is a good overall book, but the 1014 GRE Practice Questions give you a much better idea of what specific types of questions are on the exam. Taking a prep course is probably better though, but I didn't have that kind of money to spend. Also, special triangles are your friends.
That's all for now. I need to catch up on the last week or so of economics blogs.