Presently I was looking for reference books for learning GRE Physics Test. firstly, anybody desires a multi-ethnic calculus base physics (for scientists & engineers) textbook. There were many option exposed in sight, but my senior urge me one of the following:
University Physics by H.D. Young & R.A. Freedman
Physics for Scientists and Engineers Paul A. Tipler
Particularly it is pleasant for students as there were a lot of use/older version of describe books that available at very economical rate. All books had multiple editions which print including chapters about "modern physics" that cover fundamental of atom, solid state & particle physics. As spotlight on supplementary subject to the beyond:
Probably they perform an excellent work from beginner to advance level as need for Physics GRE because having relevant material. If we choose a GRE books. Illustration and problems from this books have an mysterious capability to embarrass as questions on the GRE.
I will never advise Tribble's Princeton Guide as Advanced Physics GRE. Both are presenting slightly context equations and formulas. Possibly this will be valuable if the books equally avoid mistakes. This book additionally includes 4 practice tests which were unreliable for real test and so useless.
There are also materials from ETS having real exams papers. Mainly latest one is also presented online. The rest were existing at the bottom of the GRE webpage.