HI Daniel, you can go to the site to get an idea about what material is included in the test, and GRE test prep material. there's even a download for you to practice for the test on your own computer. https://www.ets.org/gre/revised_general/prepare/?WT.ac=grehome_greprepare_b_150213 usually the local library or bookstore also has gre test prep books. the one from a bookstore that you buy will give you access to online practice test drills and help you with tips. taking the GRE starts with going to the GRE website and finding out what resources they have available there. you can probably sign up for the test date so you can plan how much time it will take you to prepare for the test, you can also download drills, and some software test preps... just like you did high school for the SAT. good luck! you are going to do great no matter what you choose to do. having the GRE will definitely give you an edge to get into a master's program. oh, keep an eye out for the GRE score that the college requires for you to get in. btw, sometimes, the score is not the only thing that matters, if you have an awesome letter of recommendation, or experience, that can make up for a low score. Best of luck!