That's correct, as long as you pick an answer, you do not need to click confirm before the time runs out. The computer will confirm that option automatically when the time runs out (that's why it is recommended to pick an answer on the last question - any answer right away just in case the time gets away from you).
The same applies to the AWA - it will count your essay if the time runs out before you have finished typing.
Has this been officially confirmed from the folks at GMAC?
If this is the case, the anxiety will get reduced and we can focus clearly on getting the last question right without having to worry about clicking on 'Next' and 'Confirm'
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