I'll be taking the Math GRE subject test in a few months. I know that it is best to focus on being able to answer all the calculus, DEs, and linear algebra questions (and quickly). I'm a pure math student, so my computational skills and speed aren't so great because I'm out of practice.
I'm wondering what texts are best to prepare with. I know Stewart is commonly recommended for preparing for the calculus questions. My university used Calculus: Early Transcendentals by Edwards & Penney. I can get Stewart out of the library, so I was just wondering which would be a better resource (especially in terms of practice problems). Is Stewart sufficient for differential equations?
Secondly, what are some good linear algebra books? I have Sheldon Axler's Linear Algebra Done Right, but this doesn't teach much in the way of computational skills, so I need something that would be good for that.
I have also purchased the Princeton Review's Cracking the GRE Subject Test, which I've heard is not awesome but still worth having.