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GMAT AWA Simulator (PC, iPhone & iPad) -- great practice [#permalink]
25 Mar 2012, 09:08
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I find that GMAT Prep does not have an individual module to practise AWA and it is quite weird to use Word or TXT for the practice. Therefore, I developed a small software that mimics the real interface of GMAT AWA test. You can have a great experience in using it~ (Supported on Win and Mac) Features: • Mimic the interface of real GMAT AWA test -- the answer area you can type words into, the timer appearing on the right-top corner and many more ...100% real experience • Includes all official AWA topics from mba.com! Free to choose any AA or AI topic: you can practise the topic you prefer to; all topics have been indexed • 'Search' function enables you to find all topics with keywords you provide • Opt to be randomly allocated a topic for practising • Manage the timer yourself: you can stop the timer if you suddenly receive a call and then write the essay later • Export your work to file in txt, doc or pdf format and you can review it later (*currently only 'txt' is supported)
Re: GMAT AWA Simulator -- great practice [#permalink]
24 Oct 2012, 05:02
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I am using Mac. It's not working. I found tht the downloaded file was of size 125KB instead of the 364 KB. Please help me.
hi the file you will download is a zip file which has 'zip' extension. After downloading, you click on it and the mac will unzip it into a folder. Go into that folder and you will find a "***.jar" file then double click it to run