I was talking recently with someone I work with about the exam, and we were discussing different study strategies. We each had our own unique style that worked for us, but the one thing that we both adamantly agreed on was that it's really important to read the review books for each section. And not just read only the parts that are covered in the spoken lectures, but really read every word. I treated each review book like it was a novel, because after all, you wouldn't read only certain parts of a novel. The truth is that you don't know what is going to show up on your test, and reading everything is the best way to be prepared for anything. Is it a pain? Yes. Will you regret doing it if it helps you pass? No.