Hi, I had read in one of the posts that one should not start or end the test until the invigilator comes and logs on. Can't remember what was the post about. It helps in getting extra couple of minutes, the debrief said.
Could you please throw some light on how to start the test at the test centre in a way which gives you maximum time during the test and breaks.
See this mba.com page for details:http://www.mba.com/the-gmat/test-day.aspx
The test will not START until a proctor logs you in for the test (you will have screens to go through before the test begins).
The test will END either when you finish or when time runs out. You will have little input on beginning the test, but the proctor will log in to get you back in from breaks (if you use too much time, the test timer will begin on its own and you still need the proctor to log in and let you resume).
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