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# How to move to next question without hitting backspace?

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26 Aug 2013, 10:56
Hi,

Just wanted to know if we can move to the next question without going back to the main question page once you solve a particular question. I do not see a Next button or an arrow that would take me to the next question (like a slide show with an arrow button). This would help me solve the question and then go to the next question.

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26 Aug 2013, 10:58
surya167 wrote:
Hi,

Just wanted to know if we can move to the next question without going back to the main question page once you solve a particular question. I do not see a Next button or an arrow that would take me to the next question (like a slide show with an arrow button). This would help me solve the question and then go to the next question.

Regards,
Surya

Hello and thank you for your question.

Unfortunately this functionality is available.

Best Regards,
BB.

P.S. Are you trying to solve ANY questions in a certain sub-forum or just some in particular?
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26 Aug 2013, 17:04
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surya167 wrote:
Hi,

Just wanted to know if we can move to the next question without going back to the main question page once you solve a particular question. I do not see a Next button or an arrow that would take me to the next question (like a slide show with an arrow button). This would help me solve the question and then go to the next question.

Regards,
Surya

Hello and thank you for your question.

Unfortunately this functionality is available.

Best Regards,
BB.

P.S. Are you trying to solve ANY questions in a certain sub-forum or just some in particular?

Dear BB,

Thank you for your response. Here is what I am trying to do.

I am on the page where all the SC/CR/PS/DS questions are listed in order of their levels. Now, when i click on the 700 level question link, it takes me to the page where all the questions are listed. When i click on the first question and solve it, then if i want to go to the next question on the same page, i dont have the option today. I come back to the main page and repeat the process. Though, unimportant, but surely increases the 'ease of use'

Also, is there any way to know if i have attempted the question already in the same page (without typing in any comment)?

Regards,
Surya

PS: This forum is the best out there and you have done a commendable job. A response directly from you shows how much you care! Keep up the good work BB
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26 Aug 2013, 17:15
Got it.
The most reliable way for you would be to use the forum timer. GMAT Club Forum Timer actually tracks which questions you have attempted so regardless of how you land on that question - it will show your history. Here is an example:
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27 Aug 2013, 09:54
bb wrote:
Got it.
The most reliable way for you would be to use the forum timer. GMAT Club Forum Timer actually tracks which questions you have attempted so regardless of how you land on that question - it will show your history. Here is an example:

Dear BB,

Thank you

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Re: How to move to next question without hitting backspace?   [#permalink] 27 Aug 2013, 09:54
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