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# test center screen resolution

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12 Mar 2007, 14:46
Can i adjust the screen area before I take my test?
The GMATPrep software recommends a screen resolution that I am not fond of.
The font is too large.
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12 Mar 2007, 22:15
No. You just sit there and take the test.
The screen resolution I think is 1024*768. It is best for most people.
While you don't like the bigger font - assume you use some higher resolution on your own PC - there are others who don't wanna stress their eyes with small fonts.
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13 Mar 2007, 05:04
tennis_ball wrote:
No. You just sit there and take the test.
The screen resolution I think is 1024*768. It is best for most people.
While you don't like the bigger font - assume you use some higher resolution on your own PC - there are others who don't wanna stress their eyes with small fonts.

1) The fonts are not small
2) "It is best for most people."
wow, did you take a survey??
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13 Mar 2007, 09:19

1) The fonts are not small
2) "It is best for most people."
wow, did you take a survey??

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13 Mar 2007, 10:24
It's nothing to do with the screen resolution, it is the software setup. And no, you can't change it.
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13 Mar 2007, 10:48
ya cookie they let you change the resolution, I think they also let you go into bios and let your overclock the computer allowing the answer processing time to be reduced by 1000000000%
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13 Mar 2007, 11:46
My test center let me bring in my own chair which was great because my back tends to get stiff if I'm in a standard issue chair.
13 Mar 2007, 11:46
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