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not sure about the GMAT, but another test I took had 10 minute breaks, and as soon as you were done with a section the 10:00 timer started and if you wanted a break, you'd leave the room and sign out.

according to the test center I am going to, once you are done with a section, you raise your hand, and they will come to you and log you out (?) basically that will start your 8 minute timer. so my question is, once I am done with a section, can i just sit there for a few minutes (2-3 minutes) then raise my hand, then they will come and start my timer?
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christeawortham wrote:
not sure about the GMAT, but another test I took had 10 minute breaks, and as soon as you were done with a section the 10:00 timer started and if you wanted a break, you'd leave the room and sign out.

according to the test center I am going to, once you are done with a section, you raise your hand, and they will come to you and log you out (?) basically that will start your 8 minute timer. so my question is, once I am done with a section, can i just sit there for a few minutes (2-3 minutes) then raise my hand, then they will come and start my timer?


Hi christeawortham ,

Obviously you can wait for 2-3 minutes and then raise your hand. It doesn't reallt matter for few minutes.

But some of the centers don't allow you to sit inside the room for so long idle.

The best thing you can do is don't submit your last question until you think you want to move out.

They will see you have not completed your test and won't come to you to come out or take the break.

All the best. :)
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