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I can't get my GMATprep test to say finished

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I can't get my GMATprep test to say finished [#permalink] New post 28 Aug 2011, 15:41
Hi,

I just started studying for the GMAT and wanted to see where I was at so I took the free GMATprep test. However, I got through the whole thing and get to the review screen. However, after I review I click the end test tab and it goes to the start screen and my practice tests status is "unfinished". I can find no way to get out of this as the only tabs are, "end test", "review all" "review wrong answers" and "review flagged". How do I get past this and back to see my score and the areas where I did the best worst.

Thanks in advance for any help.
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Re: I can't get my GMATprep test to say finished [#permalink] New post 28 Aug 2011, 20:52
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Hi,

I just started studying for the GMAT and wanted to see where I was at so I took the free GMATprep test. However, I got through the whole thing and get to the review screen. However, after I review I click the end test tab and it goes to the start screen and my practice tests status is "unfinished". I can find no way to get out of this as the only tabs are, "end test", "review all" "review wrong answers" and "review flagged". How do I get past this and back to see my score and the areas where I did the best worst.

Thanks in advance for any help.



Have you tried "end test"?

The score is shown only once. Make sure you note it or otherwise it is gone.
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Re: I can't get my GMATprep test to say finished [#permalink] New post 29 Aug 2011, 04:49
Yes, every time I end test it asks if I want to save my place(or something). I did note my overall score(disappointing 570) but not the quant/verbal. I was hoping it would break it down further like CR etc...

Thanks for the info though.

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Re: I can't get my GMATprep test to say finished [#permalink] New post 29 Aug 2011, 15:56
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Yes, every time I end test it asks if I want to save my place(or something). I did note my overall score(disappointing 570) but not the quant/verbal. I was hoping it would break it down further like CR etc...

Thanks for the info though.

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No, it does not really allow you any of that. You do want to say that you do NOT want to save anything, and it should finish one way or another. I do know that I did have similar issues when playing with GMAT Prep - it is tricky to figure out how to "END" the test.
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Re: I can't get my GMATprep test to say finished   [#permalink] 29 Aug 2011, 15:56
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