I've been using walker's GMAT Timer
application while taking practice tests and it works great. However I found that I wanted to time myself even when I was not doing practice tests.
For example while working on a set of 20 CR questions I wanted to know how much time I took on each question. I tried doing this with the GMAT Timer
but found it a bit difficult as it provides only standard 37/41 question options.
Hence, I wrote a simple application that can be used both as a stopwatch and a countdown timer. I've been using this whenever I do practice questions regardless of how many questions are there. It's helping me actively perform time management even in non-test conditions.
Thought it might help some of you folks out there so I'll upload it here.
P.S: Please do let me know if there are any bugs and I'll try fixing them immediately.
Works on Windows and requires .NET 3.0 (most people have this. In case you don't you can freely download it @ http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/deta ... laylang=en
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Edit: Updated with a few bug fixes - made more user friendly.
My debrief: done-and-dusted-730-q49-v40