Sorry, but the GRE is a cakewalk. A lot of idiots take it, this is true. It is not the LSAT or anything here.
Our perceptions of the exams couldn't be any more different. As an undergraduate I initially intended to go on to law school and took the LSAT late in my junior year. I scored a 166, which is the 93rd percentile. I then decided I would rather study history or philosophy so after my senior year I took the GRE, scoring a 164 V, 160 Q, and a 5.5 AW. Funny thing is I studied way more for the GRE than I did the LSAT.
I compared my GRE scores with several of the classics, history, and philosophy majors at my university (three of the majors that produce the best GRE scores) and there was a noticeable correlation between one's score and how much they studied. Out of those of us who studied for at least one month, verbal scores ranged from 78th to 94th percentile. Those who studied less, or didn't study at all had scores ranging from the 64th to 85th percentile.
This is all just a long way of saying "Papist, I highly recommend you study for the GRE," and I am guessing most will offer the same advice.