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20 Jan 2006, 22:14
Hi All,

I just took the kaplan Ultimate practice test, which is a mock GMAT that is taken at the EXCAT location of GMAT but with Kaplan's material instead, and i found myself is a reader when i am doing questions. I need to read the question to myself in order to do it well, i guess that's how i practice at home. So when it comes to the real test, i can't read the question loud and it becomes a problem.

So does anyone has same experience and can give me some advise on how to overcome it.

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22 Jan 2006, 03:31
Most people wear earplugs at the test center, so quietly reading outloud might not be too bothersome. Which test ceter did you take the UPT at? Maybe they have a corner booth available??

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22 Jan 2006, 09:35
I agree, you should be fine if you quietly mouth the words as you read.

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