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GMAT CAT Timing Planner

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Hello guys,

Pls see attach!!

I have just made a simple elementary tool that can enable you to decide how many stages you would like to break your GMAT test and how much time you want to spend on each question.

Some may like to divide (say Quant) in three stages of 12, 12, 13 questions each while others (like me) may like to divide in 4 stages 10, 10, 10, 7 . . . some may like to spend more time in first stage while others may prefer to spread time equally all across

Anyway, whatever your choice may be this little tool could be of some help to you!!

Pls suggest me if you have some improvements to recommend

all the best to all!
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PS: Added the new updated version as on 18 August 09
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New post 19 Aug 2009, 16:17
Thanks. This is an interesting tool.
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New post 19 Aug 2010, 05:43
Pretty neat planner...

I follow a one similar to this.
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thanks... was looking for something similar.. great tool. +1
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New post 04 Apr 2011, 06:51
IMHO since it's just a question of glancing at the clock, a grouping of 5 Qs will be good too. Moreover it will enable checkpoints of progress.
Thanks for the concept. Of course the execution will be ' each one his own'
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