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REVISED SECOND EDITION, PRINTING 1.2: We thank the many readers who have submitted errata. All known errors and typos have been fixed in this printing. A list of errata for previous printings is available at www.physicsgreprep.com. This revised and edited second edition extends the discussions in the subject area reviews, contains several new diagrams and problems, and features updated sample exams whose questions more accurately reflect the content of the current GRE. Thousands of students take the GRE subject test in physics each year, yet surprisingly few published resources exist to help students prepare for the content and structure of this important exam. This book, written by two working physicists and former MIT graduate students intimately familiar with the content of the exam, is a comprehensive review of all topics covered on the Physics GRE. Conquering the Physics GRE includes three full-length practice tests with worked solutions, content reviews of all the major subject areas with over 150 additional problems, and a full chapter on special test-taking tips specific to the Physics GRE.
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Yoni Kahn is a theoretical physicist whose research is focused on dark matter and supersymmetry. Currently a postdoctoral research associate at Princeton University, he received his Ph.D. in 2015 from MIT, supported by an NSF Graduate Fellowship. In 2016 he received the American Physical Society's J.J. and Noriko Sakurai Dissertation Award in Theoretical Particle Physics. He holds undergraduate degrees in music and physics from Northwestern University. Adam Anderson is an experimental physicist working at the interface between cosmology and particle physics. As a Lederman postdoctoral fellow at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, he currently develops and builds new instruments for the South Pole Telescope and uses them to perform precision measurements of the cosmic microwave background. He received his PhD from MIT in 2015 as a DOE SCGF Fellow, where he performed dark matter searches and studied neutrino physics. His undergraduate studies were in physics and mathematics at the University of Chicago.
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