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That's a good question. The first version of the Android app will have only core functionality. It will include the Practice tool but not the OG Tracker or Library for example. After its first release we expect to hear your feedback to help us moving forward.
We keep asking but GMAC doesn't license their questions.
Is it possible to access the MGMAT guides/books if you have already taken the MGMAT class, do not want to pay for them again through the GMAT ToolKit app, but would like to access the books through the app?
Unfortunately there is no way to link them. We have looked into this option but between Apple and MGMAT, it is pretty hard to establish IP rights so for the foreseeable future you will have to purchase the e-version even if you own a physical copy.
On the bright side, however, the e-book version does entitle you to getting CAT access (guidebooks that come with access; supplements do not).
I use OG tracker to do my practice. I answer the question wrongly and correctly it in my second attempt. I can visibily see the color of answer 'green on top of red'. But, when i export the answers as text file only the latest answer gets exported. Is there a way to see my 'answer history' to a particular question? _________________
I use OG tracker to do my practice. I answer the question wrongly and correctly it in my second attempt. I can visibily see the color of answer 'green on top of red'. But, when i export the answers as text file only the latest answer gets exported. Is there a way to see my 'answer history' to a particular question?
Try to use the "Back up" option instead of "TXT" on the import screen. It will export all data including all your answers to the same question. _________________
Thanks for reporting the issue. It's our first Android app and we will do our best to polish it as soon as we can. Do you still have access to 900+ questions? BB reported that he saw the same problem once but it was just the number and he had access to all 900+questions.
Im using GMAT Toolkit every day while commuting and it is just a great app. The only thing I would improve is the stats section. I dont find it very useful and the table at the bottom could be more comprehensive. _________________
Hey Debayan The app is free on play store The in app full version purchase consts 10$ which has been reduced to 5$ for the limited period. As for your other question, the app consists tons of questions from gmatclub forums bundled up in addition to the questions you mentioned. Also, the app will be upgraded with features such as the OG Tracker, library, timer etc (which are currently now in the iphone app) in coming periods of time. Souvik _________________
For the OG tracker section, consider adding a feature for the user to mark a wrong response as a concept gap or a silly mistake.
Concept Gap: Didn't know all the information needed to answer the question correctly, like solving for Area using Hero's Theorem if the question states the 3 sides of an irregular triangle. Silly Mistake: Didn't read question correctly, like assuming terminating decimal when only the existence of a fraction is mentioned, on DS questions assuming that two equations in two unknowns lead to (I) and (II) together being sufficient and going with (C), when one reduces to the other and the answer is actually (E) etc.
This is of the things I'm tracking on a sheet of paper for all questions I get incorrect. The app can't possibly figure out the nature of the mistake, but letting the user mark an incorrect answer as "SM" or "CG" would help the metric-manic among us.
Not necessary, but an idea.
Great app and good job, again. _________________
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