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# Integrated Reasoning - weird symbol appeared

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31 Oct 2017, 09:59
Hey guys,

Today i took my GMAT exam, in integrated reasoning section, one of the questions had a very weird symbol with no explanation for it given,this is how is looked:

€x - it was very closely placed, and appeared in between the sentence,

as the question was related to sales i tried plugging in related terms like x euros and all, but nothing made any sense ..
I informed the test administrator about this, as it was a part of the question, they couldn't give any inputs on it. i just skipped the question. I got 6 on IR.

Any idea what it might be? or have i misinterpreted it?

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31 Oct 2017, 10:13
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Yes, I think you should send an email to GMAC asap. I have seen people facing such issues in the past.

Recently someone posted he saw the questions started coming in Japanese during the test.
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31 Oct 2017, 10:16
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There have been a few glitches reported lately.... someone said their keyboard switched to Japanese on the last sentence of the AWA.... that's messed up and then there was also a report in RC that a reference to a particular place in text had no highlight.

Definitely should report it, even if just for the sake of other test takers and not your own score, but hopefully both will improve!
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