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# GMAT Club tests : Timing and question no not visible :

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29 Apr 2013, 08:36
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Hi ,

I took my first GMAT club test today. During my test i cannot able to see the timings or the question number . I am using google chrome browser. WIll you please suggest i can i see the timing and number of questions in GMAT club tests .

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29 Apr 2013, 09:42
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Hi kabilank87, today I took a math test and I was able to see time and number in the upper right corner of the window (I am using Firefox).

Probably you clicked on "study mode" that removes the time, but this still doesn't explain the absence of the question number though.
Try with another browser if Chrome doesn't work.

Let me know if you have more problems, reply here or send me a PM
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29 Apr 2013, 10:07
Zarrolou wrote:
Hi kabilank87, today I took a math test and I was able to see time and number in the upper right corner of the window (I am using Firefox).

Probably you clicked on "study mode" that removes the time, but this still doesn't explain the absence of the question number though.
Try with another browser if Chrome doesn't work.

Let me know if you have more problems, reply here or send me a PM

Hi Zarro,

It works well in firefox. I can see both time and question no now.

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29 Apr 2013, 21:39
Another reason you may not be able to see the top area are the various toolbars (Chrome does not perform well with those whereas other browsers tend to handle them better and do not hide the top area/line)
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29 Nov 2013, 04:17
Hi,

Is there an option to to get back from the study mode to the timed mode? I know it was available in the old tests but the new tests seem to have a one time option.

In case you need to pause the test. Is there another option?

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30 Nov 2013, 18:17
Chandni170 wrote:
Hi,

Is there an option to to get back from the study mode to the timed mode? I know it was available in the old tests but the new tests seem to have a one time option.

In case you need to pause the test. Is there another option?

Thanks,
Chandni

Thank you for your question - we are working on ability to pause a live test but there is no option to return to the test mode from the practice mode unfortunately due to the Adaptive Nature of the score calculation....

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12 Mar 2014, 21:42
Thanks guys, i had the same problem

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12 Mar 2014, 23:19
One way you can actually "pause" the test is just close your browser. The test is designed to stop within 15-30 seconds and will know where you left off. Then you can return to the My Performance area and restart it. Give it a try first to make sure it works for you. (You can try it with a quiz)
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13 Mar 2014, 10:44
bb wrote:
One way you can actually "pause" the test is just close your browser. The test is designed to stop within 15-30 seconds and will know where you left off. Then you can return to the My Performance area and restart it. Give it a try first to make sure it works for you. (You can try it with a quiz)

Slight correction - if you exit, you will only be able to continue in the study mode.
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