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Hi GMATclub/bb/Bunuel/Chetan2u/Abhimanha ,

I was tracking my reward history and could NOT understand the exact timezone GMATvlub follows. Members should know the timezone GMATclub follows, in order to post a post or do an activity that earns them reward point, since there are constraints that one point for certain activity once in 24 hours(another example join a chat in 72 hours receives a point).
Also noted is fact that reply to a new joiner earns 1 point but only once in 24 hours - although the constraint of 24 hours is NOT mentioned there.

Appreciate help. As just now, I got to know neefits of reward points and just now have started getting hungrier about reward points.

thanks.
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From what I observe, GMAT club's timezone matches with US Pacific timezone.
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New post 01 Sep 2018, 05:23
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TheGraceful

From what I observe, GMAT club's timezone matches with US Pacific timezone.


Thank you very much.

At least someone cared to reply my query, :-D
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