Forum for the GRE subject test in mathematics.
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I'm sure they have a mechanism for preventing just that. I mean, they have your name, and they know what tests you have taken. I'm sure they aren't going to give you the same exact test. I wouldn't be surprised if you see a few questions on the Nov test that were on the Oct test, though.
even if you think you've seen a problem before you probably haven't. you should know by now that there are many ways to permute problems to get 'similar'-looking problems that fall to the same methods but differ by factors of 2, or sqrt(x). you'll never remember that factor of 2 or the different prime factors or the extra squared term because all you remember from the problem was its rough 'shape' and the method of solution.