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Joined: 03 Jun 2008
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Schools: Wharton Class of 2011
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New post 28 Jul 2008, 15:44
In several de-briefs , i have read that people do retakes of GMATprep test. My question is how does one retake the test after finishing it. Do you just click on the recently completed test and start it again or you re-install the software. i know it is kind of silly question :? but i did not want to mess up the software..

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New post 28 Jul 2008, 17:06
Just uninstall the software and re-install it. This will not mess up the software, but will just remove any saved files related to the software and recreates them fresh.
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New post 28 Jul 2008, 20:34
Completely reinstalling may not be necessary. I had the same question as you and found this on another website:

"To be able to "reset" the GMAT Prep software, you do not have to uninstall the software. Please do the following:

1. Go to C:\Program Files\GMATPrep\Exams
2. Within the Exams folder, you should see a Practice Test 1.log and a Practice Test 2.log
3. Delete both logs
4. relaunch the GMAT Prep software, and it should show you that both practice exams are now Not Attempted, and you can take them again.

The database for the GMAT Prep is not currently very large, so you might see several questions that you had taken previously.

Hope that helps!"

Hopefully that works on your end. I did it this weekend and it seemed to do the trick.
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Re: GMATPREP RE-take [#permalink]

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New post 29 Jul 2008, 15:44
thanks guys
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New post 29 Jul 2008, 22:57
Be extremely as you rewrite it as you will remember a lot of CR/RC's. If you see fresh CR/RC's, this will give you a false sense of confidence. They are great, but just be cautious... especially if you've done each one at least 20+ times (as I have).
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