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Which pen/paper did they provide? [#permalink] New post 17 Feb 2013, 05:16
Thank you for sharing your experiences.

My wrist isn't what it used to be (maybe RSA, definitely years of typing). I've noticed that my performance depends partly on the pen I use.

For example, very cheap plastic pens with poor nibs lead to pain after a few minutes and I would like to try out the official GMAT pen/paper in practice.

Can you please describe the official test aids in detail so that I can buy them? I'll probably take my exam in London (UK).

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Its double sided laminated paper, with a dry erase pen. There is, however, no eraser.
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http://www.manhattangmat.com/storeitemshow.cfm?ItemID=131&catid=8


Its double sided laminated paper, with a dry erase pen. There is, however, no eraser.


And This is common all over places. One such booklet contains 5-6 sheets.
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Re: Which pen/paper did they provide? [#permalink] New post 19 Feb 2013, 12:33
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As hamm0 already pointed out, the Manhattan test simulation booklet is the way to go. Purchasing that item was absolutely worth it (at least for me).

See this link for additional discussion: manhattan-gmat-test-simulation-booklet-w-dry-erase-marker-94084.html
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