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13 Jun 2012, 15:11
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Hello there, can we bring our own set of ear plugs to the test center?

whts the need of earplugs....?

Some test-takers prefer to use earplugs to block out any noise, which may cause distraction. It is entirely up to you. If you do wish to use earplugs, you will need to use the ones provided by the test center.
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13 Jun 2012, 22:20
Hey Rebecca ,

I'm curious to know when will GMAC release the percentile scores for the new Integrated Reasoning Section ? For instance what percentile would a score of 8,7,6 etc correspond to ?
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14 Jun 2012, 06:56
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Hey Rebecca ,

I'm curious to know when will GMAC release the percentile scores for the new Integrated Reasoning Section ? For instance what percentile would a score of 8,7,6 etc correspond to ?

We will release the first percentile ranking chart at the end of June. We will update the perecentile ranking chart monthly for the first six months, then there will be an updated chart six months after the final monthly report. Percentile rankings will be updated annually thereafter. When evaluating your score report, schools will refer to the most recent percentile ranking chart. Good luck in your studies!
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15 Jun 2012, 10:56
Another earplug query

Could you let us know the make of the earplugs provided at the exam centre ? Can we helpful for us to simulate exam conditions .

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19 Jun 2012, 11:22
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Another earplug query

Could you let us know the make of the earplugs provided at the exam centre ? Can we helpful for us to simulate exam conditions .

Thanks

You will need to check with your test center directly. Our test centers have two different brands they can use. Best of luck!

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24 Jun 2012, 01:36
Hello Rebecca,

Do you know if the 13th edition OG will have (and if yes, when?) a Kindle version, like the 12th editiod has?

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25 Jun 2012, 11:14
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Hello Rebecca,

Do you know if the 13th edition OG will have (and if yes, when?) a Kindle version, like the 12th editiod has?

Thanks!

The Kindle version is already available! Thanks for your question.
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25 Jun 2012, 12:03
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Hello Rebecca,

Do you know if the 13th edition OG will have (and if yes, when?) a Kindle version, like the 12th editiod has?

Thanks!

The Kindle version is already available! Thanks for your question.

Thanks for the quick reply!

This is awkward, but now I know the reason why I didn't find it. Amazon.com says it's "currently not available", thus it didn't even pop up in searches. Do you know anything about what's the reason for this?

See here:
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008846CAC/ref ... le_ext_tmb

(I could only navigate to the kindle edition by taking a look at the preview offered at the print version's page, and then switching there to Kindle. It's otherwise unaccessible.)

Edit: I contacted Amazon and they said they don't know why it's unavailable and that I should contact GMAC about it.
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Hello Rebecca,

Do you know if the 13th edition OG will have (and if yes, when?) a Kindle version, like the 12th editiod has?

Thanks!

The Kindle version is already available! Thanks for your question.

Thanks for the quick reply!

This is awkward, but now I know the reason why I didn't find it. Amazon.com says it's "currently not available", thus it didn't even pop up in searches. Do you know anything about what's the reason for this?

See here:
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008846CAC/ref ... le_ext_tmb

(I could only navigate to the kindle edition by taking a look at the preview offered at the print version's page, and then switching there to Kindle. It's otherwise unaccessible.)

Edit: I contacted Amazon and they said they don't know why it's unavailable and that I should contact GMAC about it.

Thank you for letting me know about this! I passed this onto our products department and they are looking into it. I will let you know as soon as I have an answer for you.
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25 Jun 2012, 13:42
Great, thanks a lot!
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26 Jun 2012, 00:00
Are the IR questions in GMAT Prep Question Pack#1 the same ones as the IR questions to which OG13 give access? Thanks.

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26 Jun 2012, 08:01
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Are the IR questions in GMAT Prep Question Pack#1 the same ones as the IR questions to which OG13 give access? Thanks.

Posted from my mobile device

There is no overlap in IR questions in the GMAT Prep Pack and OG 13. Thanks for your question!
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26 Jun 2012, 08:18
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georgepaul0071987 wrote:
Hey Rebecca ,

I'm curious to know when will GMAC release the percentile scores for the new Integrated Reasoning Section ? For instance what percentile would a score of 8,7,6 etc correspond to ?

We will release the first percentile ranking chart at the end of June. We will update the perecentile ranking chart monthly for the first six months, then there will be an updated chart six months after the final monthly report. Percentile rankings will be updated annually thereafter. When evaluating your score report, schools will refer to the most recent percentile ranking chart. Good luck in your studies!

Hello! I wanted to give you an update. The IR percentile ranking chart is now available on mba.com here: http://www.mba.com/the-gmat/gmat-scores ... means.aspx

Thank you!
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04 Jul 2012, 19:18
GMAC,

I took the GMAT in Nanjing, China yesterday, and after posting my experience, another GMATClub member suggested I post here. I have re=posted my original below, but to summarize, your Nanjing test center has serious problems, a situation occurred during my exam yesterday that was severely distracting, and until now, I have received no reply, explanation, or solution from GMAC or PearsonVue, and nothing for than an apology from your test center representatives.

I just finished taking the GMAT in China, and without a doubt, I can say that I am angrier than I have ever been in my life. Pearson Vue and GMAC have let me down.

A bit of background: I am an American, but I have been living in working in China since earning my BA in economics 5 years ago. I have been planning on taking the GMAT for quite a while, and over the past four months, have been studying intensely. This has required extreme sacrifice, as my job is busy and until about a month ago, required frequent travel. I was hesitant at first about taking the exam in mainland China. Without going in to too much detail, I can say that my five years in China has taught me that things can never be expected to go smoothly here even with the most mundane matters. I did not expect the testing center to be on par with what one might see in the US or other countries, but given GMAC and Pearson Vue's mission to create a level playing field by providing identical testing centers throughout the world, I did expect things not too be too far off par. Boy was I wrong.

Upon arriving at the testing center, which is located in an old, run down building with no air-conditioning (its about 90 degrees and 70% humidity here), I went through all the regular procedures--hand scan, signing NDA, etc--with the only difference being that the directions were given to me in Mandarin Chinese. I started the exam at the same time as about 6 others, who were also all taking the GMAT. IR and AWA went of without a hitch, then onto quant. I felt pretty good during all 3 sections, though was a bit annoyed that the proctor logged me back in after my first break, with 5 minutes still to go (after coming back in to the room after eating an apple I explained I wanted to sit at my computer for the remainder of the break, but we had a bit of a communication breakdown, or in typical Chinese fashion, probably just wanted to get me out of the way so she should continue doing whatever the hell she was doing).

Anyways, took my break after quant, and went into my stronger section--verbal Here's were sh*t hit the fan. I have been scoring consistently around V44 in my practice tests (Kaplan and GMATPrep) over the past two months, and consider it my strongest section. Since beginning my study back in May, I have never scored less than 42 on verbal. I went in pretty confident. About 7 minutes into the section, just as an RC question came up, some kind of commotion broke out just on the other side of the test center door, which was just about 5 meters behind me (as I was at the first test station in the room, right by the door). It sounded like a physical altercation, or at least an intense argument, was going on--perhaps with one of the other test takers involved. After about 1 minute of this I was properly incensed, and cupped my ears hoping it would soon be brought under control. It was not. The argument or whatever it was intensified and continued for ten minutes. I was, at one point, so angry I almost got up and went out there to lose it on someone, but of course I was on the clock and trying to stay focused (which also kept me from raising my hand). I was ecstatic when it stopped, as it was severely distracting. On with the test, I thought. However, a few minutes later, it picked up again and carried through the end of the test. I finished verbal, and at this point was angrier than I have even been in my life. I raised my hand, and the proctor, an early 20's girl who looked like a college student, came in, and before doing the BIQ's or reporting my score, I complained intensely. I asked her how they could allow this to happen in a Pearson Vue testing center, what the hell was going on, etc. and she told me to finish my BIQ's and she would explain.

My hands were shaking with anger as I went through the BIQ's. Reported my score, and my V37 was the lowest I have ever scored--including my first practice test before ever studying. I was literally shaking with anger through the verbal section, and praying, yes PRAYING, the argument would be controlled.

I complained with great intensity, but tried not to lose it on the 3 young girls apparently running this operation. All I got was an apology. The only explanation they gave was, "We're sorry...they were boys and we are girls. We couldn't control them." Typical China,

I told them I would be contacting GMAC, PearsonVue, and Nanjing University (where the test center is located). I have sent emails to all said parties, and I am waiting until tomorrow morning during business hours to start placing calls. I have never experienced this level of unprofessional-ism in my life. PearsonVue has severely disappointed me. I am angrier and more upset now than I have ever been.

Oh yes: results were Q44 V37 for 640 overall. Quant (not my strength) is right where it was on my last GMATPrep. Verbal was WAY off (disappointing because verbal has been the reason I've been able to score 710+ on last GMATPrep practice exams). I am well short of where I expected to be, though confident that PearsonVue/GMAC will have the level of professionalism to both figure out how the hell this happened, and provide a retest.

Don't take the GMAT in China. This country never fails to dive beneath my lowest (and constantly declining) level of expectation. Last takeaways: PowerScore CR Bible was great, Manhattan GMAT strategy guides for quant were very helpful, and I wish I had spent more time with my error log and on challenge sets, and less time just trying to get through various books.

Worst day I've had in years.
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GMAC,

I took the GMAT in Nanjing, China yesterday, and after posting my experience, another GMATClub member suggested I post here. I have re=posted my original below, but to summarize, your Nanjing test center has serious problems, a situation occurred during my exam yesterday that was severely distracting, and until now, I have received no reply, explanation, or solution from GMAC or PearsonVue, and nothing for than an apology from your test center representatives.

I just finished taking the GMAT in China, and without a doubt, I can say that I am angrier than I have ever been in my life. Pearson Vue and GMAC have let me down.

A bit of background: I am an American, but I have been living in working in China since earning my BA in economics 5 years ago. I have been planning on taking the GMAT for quite a while, and over the past four months, have been studying intensely. This has required extreme sacrifice, as my job is busy and until about a month ago, required frequent travel. I was hesitant at first about taking the exam in mainland China. Without going in to too much detail, I can say that my five years in China has taught me that things can never be expected to go smoothly here even with the most mundane matters. I did not expect the testing center to be on par with what one might see in the US or other countries, but given GMAC and Pearson Vue's mission to create a level playing field by providing identical testing centers throughout the world, I did expect things not too be too far off par. Boy was I wrong.

Upon arriving at the testing center, which is located in an old, run down building with no air-conditioning (its about 90 degrees and 70% humidity here), I went through all the regular procedures--hand scan, signing NDA, etc--with the only difference being that the directions were given to me in Mandarin Chinese. I started the exam at the same time as about 6 others, who were also all taking the GMAT. IR and AWA went of without a hitch, then onto quant. I felt pretty good during all 3 sections, though was a bit annoyed that the proctor logged me back in after my first break, with 5 minutes still to go (after coming back in to the room after eating an apple I explained I wanted to sit at my computer for the remainder of the break, but we had a bit of a communication breakdown, or in typical Chinese fashion, probably just wanted to get me out of the way so she should continue doing whatever the hell she was doing).

Anyways, took my break after quant, and went into my stronger section--verbal Here's were sh*t hit the fan. I have been scoring consistently around V44 in my practice tests (Kaplan and GMATPrep) over the past two months, and consider it my strongest section. Since beginning my study back in May, I have never scored less than 42 on verbal. I went in pretty confident. About 7 minutes into the section, just as an RC question came up, some kind of commotion broke out just on the other side of the test center door, which was just about 5 meters behind me (as I was at the first test station in the room, right by the door). It sounded like a physical altercation, or at least an intense argument, was going on--perhaps with one of the other test takers involved. After about 1 minute of this I was properly incensed, and cupped my ears hoping it would soon be brought under control. It was not. The argument or whatever it was intensified and continued for ten minutes. I was, at one point, so angry I almost got up and went out there to lose it on someone, but of course I was on the clock and trying to stay focused (which also kept me from raising my hand). I was ecstatic when it stopped, as it was severely distracting. On with the test, I thought. However, a few minutes later, it picked up again and carried through the end of the test. I finished verbal, and at this point was angrier than I have even been in my life. I raised my hand, and the proctor, an early 20's girl who looked like a college student, came in, and before doing the BIQ's or reporting my score, I complained intensely. I asked her how they could allow this to happen in a Pearson Vue testing center, what the hell was going on, etc. and she told me to finish my BIQ's and she would explain.

My hands were shaking with anger as I went through the BIQ's. Reported my score, and my V37 was the lowest I have ever scored--including my first practice test before ever studying. I was literally shaking with anger through the verbal section, and praying, yes PRAYING, the argument would be controlled.

I complained with great intensity, but tried not to lose it on the 3 young girls apparently running this operation. All I got was an apology. The only explanation they gave was, "We're sorry...they were boys and we are girls. We couldn't control them." Typical China,

I told them I would be contacting GMAC, PearsonVue, and Nanjing University (where the test center is located). I have sent emails to all said parties, and I am waiting until tomorrow morning during business hours to start placing calls. I have never experienced this level of unprofessional-ism in my life. PearsonVue has severely disappointed me. I am angrier and more upset now than I have ever been.

Oh yes: results were Q44 V37 for 640 overall. Quant (not my strength) is right where it was on my last GMATPrep. Verbal was WAY off (disappointing because verbal has been the reason I've been able to score 710+ on last GMATPrep practice exams). I am well short of where I expected to be, though confident that PearsonVue/GMAC will have the level of professionalism to both figure out how the hell this happened, and provide a retest.

Don't take the GMAT in China. This country never fails to dive beneath my lowest (and constantly declining) level of expectation. Last takeaways: PowerScore CR Bible was great, Manhattan GMAT strategy guides for quant were very helpful, and I wish I had spent more time with my error log and on challenge sets, and less time just trying to get through various books.

Worst day I've had in years.

Thank you for bringing this to my attention. A major storm has knocked out the email system for GMAC, including our customer care, which may explain the delay in reply. I have brought this to the attention of our test center managers. I will be in touch with you as I have more information.
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05 Jul 2012, 11:31
Thank you Rebecca. Forgive my spelling and grammatical errors above; I wrote the post while shaking with anger. I have not been able to email US GMAC. All emails return an "unable to send message." I have contacted your Beijing office, but there are no English speakers there, and I am getting the run-around trying to file this complaint. I do hope you folks can look in to this, and make things right.

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05 Jul 2012, 12:45
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Thank you Rebecca. Forgive my spelling and grammatical errors above; I wrote the post while shaking with anger. I have not been able to email US GMAC. All emails return an "unable to send message." I have contacted your Beijing office, but there are no English speakers there, and I am getting the run-around trying to file this complaint. I do hope you folks can look in to this, and make things right.

--Mateo

The "unable to send" messages you are receiving are due to our email sysem being knocked out by the storm. I apologize for the inconvenience. I passed on your message personally. Please be assured that we take these complaints very seriously. We will do our best to follow up as quickly as possible. Our email system was restored this afternoon, so please do try to send your message again.
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05 Jul 2012, 13:24
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mgarcia406 wrote:
Thank you Rebecca. Forgive my spelling and grammatical errors above; I wrote the post while shaking with anger. I have not been able to email US GMAC. All emails return an "unable to send message." I have contacted your Beijing office, but there are no English speakers there, and I am getting the run-around trying to file this complaint. I do hope you folks can look in to this, and make things right.

--Mateo

The "unable to send" messages you are receiving are due to our email sysem being knocked out by the storm. I apologize for the inconvenience. I passed on your message personally. Please be assured that we take these complaints very seriously. We will do our best to follow up as quickly as possible. Our email system was restored this afternoon, so please do try to send your message again.

I just spoke to our customer care team again. Please send your email to socialmedia@mba.com, and include your GMAT ID. We will look into this right away. Thank you!
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06 Jul 2012, 03:01
Thanks for the thread I just realized i have to change my name as well . Having 5 days to go is a breather Thank god stumbled upon this thread .

@OfficialGMAT. thanks for info.
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