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Does anybody know how i can reset the error log of gmatclub?

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I don't think there is a master reset button. You can delete individual records or I guess if you have too many, you can just close one account and open another one?
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I don't think there is a master reset button. You can delete individual records or I guess if you have too many, you can just close one account and open another one?

BB i also inboxed you question related to the timer i have searched GMAT club form but could not find answer. i think its helpful information to all gmat test takers it is requested that you see the inbox and dedicate a post to it. i could not create post as i am unaware of such statistics.
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Answer to your question:

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if someone who has previously done a question wrong but comes back later to solve and get it correct will his correct answering be depicted in question stats furthermore i did a timer attempt but after that i refreshed the page to find out that no of sessions did not increase by 1 after my attempt at timer.


1. Second Attempt counts - all attempts count except the ones that are shorter than 10 or so seconds
2. You must have not taken the timer long enough. I just tested and it did increase by 1 in my test :)
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it means if question stats show 45% wrong and 50% correct then i can assume that only 5% did it correctly on the first attempt :)
because the people who did it wrong will surely come back to solve it again but this time correctly thus all 45% who did wrong would add up to correct 5% thus making it 50 % in turn it and thus can be concluded that questions which such states must not be taken on ego if done incorrectly. :) but should be taken as learning point to move forward.

i am correct on my assumption.
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And those 5% who might have done such questions correctly would be experts i guess :)
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