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Is there a way to extract timing data from GMAT Prep logs in the GMAT Prep folder under Program Files.
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Just to be clear, you're referring to the newest version of GMATPrep based on Adobe AIR, right? Installed in a folder named GMATPrep2012 by default?

I don't know of any way to extract timing info, but I'm no programmer. Is it too much trouble to look at the time management page saved with your practice exam results summary?
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Just to be clear, you're referring to the newest version of GMATPrep based on Adobe AIR, right? Installed in a folder named GMATPrep2012 by default?

I don't know of any way to extract timing info, but I'm no programmer. Is it too much trouble to look at the time management page saved with your practice exam results summary?



Yes I am talking about the latest GMAT Prep. The time management page gives data that is not of much use - like the average time taken to solve of SC/CR/RC questions. That too is given in bar charts form.
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