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Dear fellow members,

Just now, I did it again. While I was doing some exercises here on this forum, and I of course use the GMAT timer, I clicked on the wrong answer. I clicked on B, but actually wanted to click on A (which eventually was the correct answer). I went into my workbook to change this, but I did not come across this option. Now, my reporting reflects wrong (personal) results. :(

I don't know if you guys have struggled with this before, but it might be a good addition to the forum. Either add the option to change your answer in the workbook, OR, change the settings of the GMAT timer so it will ask you to confirm your answer (just like on the real GMAT test). :idea:
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Saabs wrote:
Dear fellow members,

Just now, I did it again. While I was doing some exercises here on this forum, and I of course use the GMAT timer, I clicked on the wrong answer. I clicked on B, but actually wanted to click on A (which eventually was the correct answer). I went into my workbook to change this, but I did not come across this option. Now, my reporting reflects wrong (personal) results. :(

I don't know if you guys have struggled with this before, but it might be a good addition to the forum. Either add the option to change your answer in the workbook, OR, change the settings of the GMAT timer so it will ask you to confirm your answer (just like on the real GMAT test). :idea:



Hi. Your best option is to delete your answers from the workbook and reattempt the question.
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