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# Question about GMAT appointment timing

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03 Apr 2010, 13:31
Hi,

Quick question: if I book my appointment for 11:00, does that mean I have to be at the test center at 11 (and the test starts slightly later), or that the test starts at 11 and I have to be there earlier??

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03 Apr 2010, 13:48
I think 11 means your exam start time, you should be there at-least 1 hour before for the formalities and for the unknown situations.
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03 Apr 2010, 22:25
nickk wrote:
Hi,

Quick question: if I book my appointment for 11:00, does that mean I have to be at the test center at 11 (and the test starts slightly later), or that the test starts at 11 and I have to be there earlier??

Thanks

Yes, you should be there atleast an hour before the exam. If the test machine is available, then you may be asked to start the exam a bit earlier also.
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04 Apr 2010, 01:23
Ok thanks guys. I guess I'll book my appointment for 12 then.

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