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29 Jun 2010, 00:34
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jakolik wrote:
Sorry for the naive question, but i cannot find the link for the latest GMAT timer.
Can some one help?

BTW, the new features are excellent. Thank you

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30 Jul 2010, 08:15
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I have searched lightly for this issue but I would like to completely clear my workbook and start over, is this something simple I'm passing up?

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31 Jul 2010, 13:17
jcurry wrote:
I have searched lightly for this issue but I would like to completely clear my workbook and start over, is this something simple I'm passing up?

Let me see - we may not have this feature implemented yet.
Question for you to help me understand this better - why would you want to do this? to reset the stats or ?
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02 Aug 2010, 08:50
I had come on the forum for advice and tried out questions before realizing (and reading your study plan post) that I needed to build a solid base with verbal and esp. quant before trying to answer the 700-level questions. All of the questions I currently have on the workbook are ones that were completely out of my range and I'm getting discouraged by having to sort through the ones that I actually had a real shot at vs. the questions I had no business working on. Hope that helps.

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23 Aug 2011, 09:06
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jcurry wrote:
I have searched lightly for this issue but I would like to completely clear my workbook and start over, is this something simple I'm passing up?

Let me see - we may not have this feature implemented yet.
Question for you to help me understand this better - why would you want to do this? to reset the stats or ?

Questions without OA are automatically labeled as wrong if no official answer is provided; in that case, for example, being able to delete all those questions would be useful to have a clear view of real stats.

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23 Aug 2011, 11:14
Yes, though for those questions there is a way to mark if your answer was correct or incorrect

P.S. We are working on version 4 of the timer and that one will have this issue corrected.

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