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New post 10 Mar 2011, 00:04
This is Brilliant! Fantastic and very useful tool.

Thank you Walker
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New post 10 Mar 2011, 23:36
Guys,

We need someone to improve a bit the Walker's Timer. All of us will appreciate your innitiative. I am a barbarian in Delphi and other programming languages. :lol:

The idea is to add a tick-mark under each answer choice, which would mean your second choice (very often, one after eliminating 3 wrong answer choices struggles between remaining two, which are both good contenders). For example tickmark B, but the first choice is A. If there is no second contender just leave a tickmark blank.
From technical point of view I think it is not so dificult to implement. There must be a restriction for only one tickmark :) I mean there are often only two good contenders, from which one is correct and one is wrong.

It would be very useful tool when it comes to analysing own mistakes, and shows you whether you thoughts and doubts were close enough to the correct answer choice. This will help you to improve your solving skills and accuracy.

pls pm me for more details if required.
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New post 27 Mar 2011, 03:23
Hi, Thanks for the wonderful tool.
I have been using it for a while now.

But I have encountered some issues it it at times. The timer increases the "time available" to something random like 2400.
has anyone else faced this?
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New post 31 Mar 2011, 21:54
I have never seen timer while solving problems. Is it built in? How to reactivate it? looks like i have deactivated it.
Please tell me how to see built in timer.
I went through the thread somebody wrote that it is on the first thread. But going through it, I am finally driven to this thread :(
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New post 02 Apr 2011, 04:44
How to track time on the real GMAT? Is there any PC timer provided?
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htskumar wrote:
How to track time on the real GMAT? Is there any PC timer provided?


yes
you will see a countdown clock while taking the test.
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New post 02 Apr 2011, 08:12
OK. Can we track time spent for each question while answering? How do we find out if we have exceeded the 2 min mark for a given question? Do we need to note down the time at the start of the question and keep monitoring it while answering the question?
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OK. Can we track time spent for each question while answering? How do we find out if we have exceeded the 2 min mark for a given question? Do we need to note down the time at the start of the question and keep monitoring it while answering the question?


no.
you will see only a countdown timer for the whole section. the timer shows the remaining time.
It is up to you how you trace the remainning time.
the most useful is to keep in mind that there are only 2 min per question. so if you are dealing with the 20th question on your timer you must see 75-20*2=35 minutes remaining.
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I am spending 4 mins on some of the questions but only 1:30 on some questions. Is this a normal phenomenon?
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New post 14 May 2011, 01:05
I wish I could give walker 100 kudos for this.

At least 1 must give now!

+1 to walker!

Just one question. Given that all the practice CAT softwares have in-built timer, what are the best options to use this software for? Any inputs?
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I wish I could give walker 100 kudos for this.

At least 1 must give now!

+1 to walker!

Just one question. Given that all the practice CAT softwares have in-built timer, what are the best options to use this software for? Any inputs?



when doing questions from OG 10-12th you may start the timer and do 37 quant questions in a row.
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New post 23 May 2011, 00:53
There are links to Mac timers in the first post. Here they are:
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Links to timers for an Apple Computer:
http://nitram-nunca.com/downloads/minutes/ (Hughes9115)
http://www.baldgeeks.com/3-2-1.htm (Hughes9115)


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I too need a version for Mac...:(

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New post 11 Jul 2011, 11:01
Nice app..is there an option to save the results? or atleast temporarily cache the results?
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How can you be so fabulously helpful gmatclub :D
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New post 22 Jul 2011, 13:13
This timer is really useful, and is designed in a really good manner.
Simple and easy to understand.
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New post 07 Dec 2011, 20:18
Thank you so much walker...this is really really amazing tool...very helpful on paper based test
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Any word on a version compatible with the Mac OS?
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