If you are going to grad school for EE, you will most likely have no problem with the math section. Still helpful to browse through a couple of tests just to see what type of questions they will ask. And if you are a total geek like me, there’s nothing so relaxing as taking an easy math test…
I assume you are taking the computer adaptive test. Remember the questions in the beginning weigh more heavily into your score than the ones at the end, and you can’t skip any questions and come back to them later. Worth it to take a practice test just to see what your pacing is like. Don’t freak out about time though. Better to take extra time to get that third question right and have to leave the last one unanswered than rush through the early ones. Check out the gre website for details.
As for the english portion, I did well on it, even though there were some analogies that looked like:
yarph:uturime :: timmilieu: ______?
But really, it was no big deal.
The Physics subject GRE was, however, a big deal. Don’t know if you have to take this one, but I studied my butt off and still came out wanting to stick my head in an oven.
Good luck, I’m sure you will do well!