Quote from Elle_Guerira
Wowie those are great scores. Congrats! What's your secret? LoL..
Aww, well, thanks!
I studied daily for about two months by doing tons and tons of GRE practice problems. I bought The Princeton Review's "1,014 GRE Practice Problems" books and worked through problem after problem (the workbook is replete with errors, but they published a free errata for it online). I also got Kaplan's "GRE Exam Verbal Workbook" and studied that.
Granted, the test was really difficult, but after working tons and tons of problems for two months, doing the problems on the actual test felt like second nature to me. I didn't do any studying for the written section, though.
Truth be told, I didn't graduate from Tulane with a very high GPA, so I knew I was going to need stellar GRE and prerequisite grades to compensate anyway. Hopefully I'll get all As in the pre-requisite courses this summer, though!