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Time limits mentioned in MGMAT CAT

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Time limits mentioned in MGMAT CAT

Post Sat Aug 04, 2012 1:21 pm
Hello,

I took a full length CAT on MGMAT and I came across the following before each section:

If you want to simulate the Official GMAT exam, use the following time limits for the entire exam:
75 minutes for the entire Quantitative Section on a full-length exam
75 minutes for the entire Verbal Section on a full-length exam
30 minutes for the entire Integrated Reasoning Section on a full-length exam
50 minutes for the entire section for Question Banks (38 minutes for Sentence Correction)

I was not clear with the 50 minutes mentioned for "Question Banks". Can you please clarify? Thanks a lot.

Regards,
Sri

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Post Mon Aug 06, 2012 6:51 am
Hey Sri,

I think that notice appears before all of our online practice exams and question banks. If you're not taking a Question Bank, then don't worry about that last line referencing the Question Banks--it's irrelevant to the CATs.

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