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If I want to reset the already answered questions on e-GMAT's scholaranium, is it possible to do so, if yes, how?

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If I want to reset the already answered questions on e-GMAT's scholaranium, is it possible to do so, if yes, how?


Hello AbhishekDubey10,

Unfortunately E-GMAT does not provide this facility. Even I had this question, but they believe that the data will be skewed and we will not be able to make better understanding of our preparation or concepts post re-set.

Hope this helps. :-D
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AbhishekDubey10 wrote:
If I want to reset the already answered questions on e-GMAT's scholaranium, is it possible to do so, if yes, how?


Hello AbhishekDubey10,

Unfortunately E-GMAT does not provide this facility. Even I had this question, but they believe that the data will be skewed and we will not be able to make better understanding of our preparation or concepts post re-set.

Hope this helps. :-D



How to best use it then?

Plus, once I have taken a quiz. I do have to option to review answers but it directly takes us to answers. And that doesn't display question seperately.


How can one reuse the quizzes and make the most out of it? A screenshot would be much appreciated if you can post it?
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ydmuley wrote:
AbhishekDubey10 wrote:
If I want to reset the already answered questions on e-GMAT's scholaranium, is it possible to do so, if yes, how?


Hello AbhishekDubey10,

Unfortunately E-GMAT does not provide this facility. Even I had this question, but they believe that the data will be skewed and we will not be able to make better understanding of our preparation or concepts post re-set.

Hope this helps. :-D



How to best use it then?

Plus, once I have taken a quiz. I do have to option to review answers but it directly takes us to answers. And that doesn't display question seperately.


How can one reuse the quizzes and make the most out of it? A screenshot would be much appreciated if you can post it?


You can still reapper questions by creating a custom quiz on the scholarinium platform (cant provide screen shot)
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You can still reapper questions by creating a custom quiz on the scholarinium platform (cant provide screen shot)



Thanks for the reply.

Apparently, we can even retake the Quiz. I searched it and found it.

I am aware of their brilliant SC program.
Any tips on CR and RC, if you don't mind.
I was thinking of integrating their CR <to speed up the learning> with POWERSCORE. Plus, I think practicing questions will help more if am not wrong.
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Inten21 wrote:
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You can still reapper questions by creating a custom quiz on the scholarinium platform (cant provide screen shot)



Thanks for the reply.

Apparently, we can even retake the Quiz. I searched it and found it.

I am aware of their brilliant SC program.
Any tips on CR and RC, if you don't mind.
I was thinking of integrating their CR <to speed up the learning> with POWERSCORE. Plus, I think practicing questions will help more if am not wrong.


For CR - Powerscore is the best. eGMAT is not bad either, but if you have time go for Power Score without a doubt.

I have not tried RC from eGMAT, but there is no single strategy for RC. It's a combination of multiple factors.

Try Veritas's STOP strategy for RC.

Note - These are just personal opinions and can vary from person to person.
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Worried About IDIOMS? Here is a Daily Practice List: https://gmatclub.com/forum/idiom-s-ydmuley-s-daily-practice-list-250731.html#p1937393

Best AWA Template: https://gmatclub.com/forum/how-to-get-6-0-awa-my-guide-64327.html#p470475

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Inten21 wrote:
Quote:
You can still reapper questions by creating a custom quiz on the scholarinium platform (cant provide screen shot)



Thanks for the reply.

Apparently, we can even retake the Quiz. I searched it and found it.

I am aware of their brilliant SC program.
Any tips on CR and RC, if you don't mind.
I was thinking of integrating their CR <to speed up the learning> with POWERSCORE. Plus, I think practicing questions will help more if am not wrong.


For CR - Powerscore is the best. eGMAT is not bad either, but if you have time go for Power Score without a doubt.

I have not tried RC from eGMAT, but there is no single strategy for RC. It's a combination of multiple factors.

Try Veritas's STOP strategy for RC.

Note - These are just personal opinions and can vary from person to person.



Thanks for the input.
Done Deal. I kind of have a similar plan.
I just have a month and a half before I take the GMAT.

I have Powerscore but I am kinda busy with Manhattan SC now.

I guess I will be using Egmat Cr and RC just as a refernce point to get me started well basically.

Plus, scholaranium questions should be useful for everything verbal. Hope so.
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