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New post 21 Jul 2003, 10:43
Quick question for those who have taken the GMAT...How much scrap paper do you get to begin, and how do you get more? Is it easy? The reason I ask is that I find myself going through a lot of scrap paper in my practice and want to make sure that I am comfortable during the real thing. Also, I assume you can get scrap paper for the verbal section as well, as many jot notes during RC and logic diagrams during CR.

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New post 21 Jul 2003, 16:17
mciatto wrote:
Quick question for those who have taken the GMAT...How much scrap paper do you get to begin, and how do you get more? Is it easy? The reason I ask is that I find myself going through a lot of scrap paper in my practice and want to make sure that I am comfortable during the real thing. Also, I assume you can get scrap paper for the verbal section as well, as many jot notes during RC and logic diagrams during CR.

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You get exactly six sheet of scratch paper. You can get trade them in for 6 new sheets at any time.

Here is a practical hint. Do NOT wait until you are almost done with your last sheet before raising your hand. There is typically only one proctor at the test center and if he/she is busy checking someone in, you wil have to wait until he/she is done -- sometimes 10 minutes! I always raise my hand at right before I finish my 5th sheet to provide adequate time.
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New post 21 Jul 2003, 20:33
Can you save your scrap paper for other sections?

Thanks for the tip, are you married and in love?
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New post 16 Apr 2007, 04:13
you dont get a scrap paper but an erasable plastic sheet on the day.

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New post 16 Apr 2007, 05:09
When I went to take my GMAT I was worried about this. But it is really fine. The sheets and the pens they give you, all are just fine. Please prepare for your exam and do not worry about the sheet or pen they give you at the time of test. And one more thing, it is not an erasable sheet.
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New post 23 May 2013, 01:14
What's the difference between scratch paper and scrap paper?
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