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New post 01 Mar 2018, 10:15
Hi Team,

Does anyone of you perhaps know how long the GMAT Timer needs to index/process you responses.
- I have completed >10 Qs in DS,PS,CR and SC each but still receive the message below
- Furthermore, how often is the approximate GMAT score (right-top in the Workbook) updated?

"Attempt at least 10 questions in DS, PS, CR, and SC each week to receive a GMAT Score estimate and personalized recommendations. "

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MBAdreamerMBA wrote:
Hi Team,

Does anyone of you perhaps know how long the GMAT Timer needs to index/process you responses.
- I have completed >10 Qs in DS,PS,CR and SC each but still receive the message below
- Furthermore, how often is the approximate GMAT score (right-top in the Workbook) updated?

"Attempt at least 10 questions in DS, PS, CR, and SC each week to receive a GMAT Score estimate and personalized recommendations. "

Regards,
Tom



24 hrs. Once you hit the 10 questions per forum milestone, the following day it generates new questions for you. (The Question search/generation happens only once a day). Was it more than 24 hrs ago?
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Yes. Does this 24 hr span also hold for the re-indexing of the approximated GMAT score in the Workbook?

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MBAdreamerMBA wrote:
Hi Team,

Does anyone of you perhaps know how long the GMAT Timer needs to index/process you responses.
- I have completed >10 Qs in DS,PS,CR and SC each but still receive the message below
- Furthermore, how often is the approximate GMAT score (right-top in the Workbook) updated?

"Attempt at least 10 questions in DS, PS, CR, and SC each week to receive a GMAT Score estimate and personalized recommendations. "

Regards,
Tom



24 hrs. Once you hit the 10 questions per forum milestone, the following day it generates new questions for you. (The Question search/generation happens only once a day). Was it more than 24 hrs ago?
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MBAdreamerMBA wrote:
Yes. Does this 24 hr span also hold for the re-indexing of the approximated GMAT score in the Workbook?



You have to have taken 10+ questions in the span of 2 weeks. Once that condition is met, within 24 hrs (morning US Time), you will get new questions and your score will get recalculated.
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New post 01 Mar 2018, 13:16
Hi Tom,

Assuming that you're interested in learning what to focus on in your studies - so that you can score higher on the GMAT - the only way to properly assess whether you have the necessary skills (and not just the content knowledge) is to take FULL-LENGTH CATs under realistic conditions AND at regular intervals. It would help to know a bit more about how you've been studying and your goals:

Studies:
1) How long have you studied?
2) What study materials have you used so far?
3) How have you scored on EACH of your CATs (including the Quant and Verbal Scaled Scores for EACH)?

Goals:
4) What is your goal score?
5) When are you planning to take the GMAT?
6) When are you planning to apply to Business School?
7) What Schools are you planning to apply to?

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