Becky, this has been covered ad nauseam in previous threads.
Fitzgerald, Leik, and Millonig were my books. I listened to the Fitz CD to and from work almost every day, iPod, etc. Created thousands of 1/2 size index cards and carried them around all the time until I had my co-workers spouting off answers so they could have passed the test with me.
The issue here is being prepared. I don't care which grad school you went to, they are all accredited, and most of their students pass, so it's really up to you scout to "be ready."
Fitz is the prep bible. Her material is still quite relevant and she is very entertaining to listen too, offering real, rubber->road advice for taking good care of patients. Leik: I just liked having a second opinion (insurance) and the size of the book is so handy. Having those extra 500 questions really helped my old brain a bunch. My wife (accountant) liked the Leik book the best, quick, short summaries, to the point, in your face, and having those random questions...just like the test. In other words...you will see a lot of the same material again...if you study these books...hint, hint.
In my experience, if you chose good clinical experiences, had engaged preceptors, wrote relevant papers and did well on your exams, these books will only be icing on an already wonderful cake! Best of luck (you probably don't need it)