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Pearson Vue -> Advices & Information [#permalink] New post 19 Sep 2005, 00:10
Hi Guys,

I am gonna take the exam for the 3rd time. One time below 600, another time low 600 so this time I would like to reach 650 at least. Date of exam is early october.
However, now the rules have changed :roll: I am wondering if there is anything really new from the Pearson Vue test compared with the old ETS test. Except the erasable tablet (I have difficulties to understand the way it works), is there any other big changes ?

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Re: Pearson Vue -> Advices & Information [#permalink] New post 19 Sep 2005, 04:59
Antmavel wrote:
Hi Guys,

I am gonna take the exam for the 3rd time. One time below 600, another time low 600 so this time I would like to reach 650 at least. Date of exam is early october.
However, now the rules have changed :roll: I am wondering if there is anything really new from the Pearson Vue test compared with the old ETS test. Except the erasable tablet (I have difficulties to understand the way it works), is there any other big changes ?

Thanks


what is this "erasable tablet"..please tell....i am taking the exam in november and have no idea about the changes.can someone please throw some light.
the Pearson VUE test begins in 2006. so now we will face the old system...right?
have the exam creaters also changed or just the GUI for the test and scoring services?
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 [#permalink] New post 19 Sep 2005, 07:02
depending on the test center, u can take the Pearson Vue GMAT or the ETS GMAT , contentwise there is not change, the only difference may be the GUI to a certain extent, and the erasable board instead of the usual scratch paper. ETS will not deliver the exam after 1/1/06. There are some test centers who deliver both PEarson and ETS, u can visit mba.org for a list of those.
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 [#permalink] New post 19 Sep 2005, 07:49
i am taking the test in HK, it seems it is a Pearson center so I assume I will have to learn how to use that tablet :-D Somebdoy has experienced it ? I don't understand what it is concretely...
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 [#permalink] New post 29 Sep 2005, 01:06
kayser`soze wrote:
depending on the test center, u can take the Pearson Vue GMAT or the ETS GMAT , contentwise there is not change, the only difference may be the GUI to a certain extent, and the erasable board instead of the usual scratch paper. ETS will not deliver the exam after 1/1/06. There are some test centers who deliver both PEarson and ETS, u can visit mba.org for a list of those.


kayser,
But I think Pearson VUE will start from Jan. 1, 2006. I just checked mba.com again, here....

http://www.mba.com/mba/TaketheGMAT/Regi ... andACT.htm

Do some centers offer this from now itself?

Antmavel,
When did you register? When you registered, did the website mention that it will be Pearson VUE test?
Please share the information, it will be useful for all of us.


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 [#permalink] New post 29 Sep 2005, 01:26
My bad, I misread some information.
I've scheduled my test for next thursday in Hong Kong.
I was sure I got this inormation but actually I can not find it back so I assumed I misread something. Sorry :cry: :?
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