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Question Repeat on actual GMAT? Is it possible? [#permalink] New post 26 Mar 2008, 05:28
just curious if anyone has any thoughts on this topic...

For example, lets say someone takes the test today, get his/her score, then decides to retake the exam asap...meaning wait the 20/30 days or whatever it is...

Is there a chance he/she may see the same questions over again, maybe not many but 2-3 questions?

granted, it may not help since you don't know the definite right answer (unless it was an easy one) but if you prepped for the second exam based on the questions you saw the first exam, then you would be better prepared I would think than someone who had not previously taken the exam a month or so ago...

what do u guys think?
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Re: Question Repeat on actual GMAT? Is it possible? [#permalink] New post 26 Mar 2008, 05:40
i think its possible
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Re: Question Repeat on actual GMAT? Is it possible? [#permalink] New post 27 Mar 2008, 07:46
GMAT4Lyfe wrote:
just curious if anyone has any thoughts on this topic...

For example, lets say someone takes the test today, get his/her score, then decides to retake the exam asap...meaning wait the 20/30 days or whatever it is...

Is there a chance he/she may see the same questions over again, maybe not many but 2-3 questions?

granted, it may not help since you don't know the definite right answer (unless it was an easy one) but if you prepped for the second exam based on the questions you saw the first exam, then you would be better prepared I would think than someone who had not previously taken the exam a month or so ago...

what do u guys think?


I have read someone experience that. I don't know how true/possible it is. But I have to assume that some of the $250 that we pay in gmat fees is used to make sure that we are all tested fairly.
Re: Question Repeat on actual GMAT? Is it possible?   [#permalink] 27 Mar 2008, 07:46
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