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GMAT Prep Question Pack 1 -> how to reset? [#permalink] New post 09 Sep 2013, 08:31
Hi guys,

I took the GMAT a couple of months ago but I am not so happy with my results so I plan on retaking. I bought the Question Pack 1, which was my only source of practice for the GMAT (quite helpful, but I would recommend addressing other sources as well).

I am now studying for my exam and well, I wanted to retake all the questions again. The problem is that all the questions are already answered (from last time I learned a couple of months ago), so every time I do a practice sitting - say 20 questions- I get a set of random questions every time. So sometimes I see the same question in 3 sittings in a row, and probably won't get to see other questions - as they are picked at random every time I start. This would not happen if I could "reset" the answered questions, since you are able to specify that the question set should only comprise of "unanswered" questions. Is there a way to doing that?

This way I could work through all the questions again, without seeing those I just answered 2h ago :| ....

any thoughts? :idea:

thank you and warm regards from Switzerland,

chris
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Re: GMAT Prep Question Pack 1 -> how to reset? [#permalink] New post 08 May 2014, 19:41
I had the same problem here, tried to search in the internet and found nothing.
The good news is that I've just found the way to reset, only to reinstall the gmatprep software and the questions will be all reset !!!
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Re: GMAT Prep Question Pack 1 -> how to reset? [#permalink] New post 07 Jun 2014, 18:59
Reinstallation did not work for me.
Any other ideas. I need to reset the Question pack.
Re: GMAT Prep Question Pack 1 -> how to reset?   [#permalink] 07 Jun 2014, 18:59
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