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03 Jun 2009, 13:47
hello All,

I have found a timer / stopwatch over internet.
Its very easy to use , freeware .

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03 Jun 2009, 14:25
You do know that there is a GMAT Club timer by Walker? Or are there particular features that it is missing?
gmat-timer-56014.html
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03 Jun 2009, 14:38
Hello amolsk11, thank you for trying to contribute to GMAT community . It is cool when ppl are sharing what they find in order to help others to study as well.
Now below is some of my critical personality standing out, so please don't get offended.
I looked on the timer. First of all it's not freeware - it is actually try-before-buy.
Secondly I played with it's features and I find Walker's timer far more convenient for GMAT preparation (For the reason of easier error log keeping) No wonder 'cuz walker's timer for designed for GMAT.
Also I like that Walkers timer doesn't require installation, unlike the one you bring out.
All in all, sorry, but I see no reason why this timer is any better. Or did I miss something? (By the way walker's timer is actually free...)
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03 Jun 2009, 16:20
The best timer is the freeware app available for the iPod touch/iPhone. Since I always carry my phone with me, I have a timer EVERYWHERE woohoo

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03 Jun 2009, 16:32
This discussion is going nowhere. I am locking it.
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