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My experience with the computer in the gmat center

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When I took my GMAT two weeks ago I noticed that the computer I was working on looked quite old. Every time I pressed "next" it would freeze for 1 or 2 seconds. Of course the clock would freeze as well. I was quite happy about it cause it gave me some time to breathe between the questions (not much, but on a test like this literally every second counts). Did anybody have a similar experience? Or maybe it's perfectly normal and I'm just weird noticing such details.. Please share your thoughts.

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Justie wrote:
When I took my GMAT two weeks ago I noticed that the computer I was working on looked quite old. Every time I pressed "next" it would freeze for 1 or 2 seconds. Of course the clock would freeze as well. I was quite happy about it cause it gave me some time to breathe between the questions (not much, but on a test like this literally every second counts). Did anybody have a similar experience? Or maybe it's perfectly normal and I'm just weird noticing such details.. Please share your thoughts.


I wouldn't say it "freezes" per se. It's the program loading content that takes some time, especially when it's computing the scoring algorithm -- that's when it feels like it froze! hehe

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Haha that's nice to know
Def need that breather

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