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CD Companion for the GMAT User’s Guide System Requirements You will be able to take maximum advantage of all facets of the CD if you use it on a computer with the following features: • Windows 98/98SE/NT4.0/ME/2000/XP • Pentium 266MHz or higher • 16MB RAM • 15MB free hard disk space • 4x CD-ROM • 640 x 480 x 256 colors (thousands or millions recommended) NOTE: This software is NOT designed to operate on Apple Macintosh (Mac) computers. Installation: 1. Check system requirements (see System Requirements section above). 2. Start your Windows-operated PC. 3. Insert the CD into the CD-ROM drive. You should get an installer menu immediately upon inserting the CD-ROM into your drive. If you do not (or if you have Autorun disabled), go to Step 4. 4. From the Start menu, select Run and type x:\gmtsetup.exe (where x: is your CD-ROM drive). 5. Press ENTER. Note: When installing this CDROM on Windows XP, be sure to install as "Administrator" so that the installer successfully completes.
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Tech Support If you have any questions or problems that don’t seem to be covered in this manual, please visit the “Customer Service” area of our website at www.kaptest.com/support . Getting Started The Menus • The File Menu lets you set up your Printer and Exit the program. • The GoTo menu will take you to the Tests. • The Help menu will take you to the Test Tutorial. Testing Use the section-length (covering one particular question type) and full-length tests to practice, test yourself on content and build up your stamina. Taking a Test Before beginning a test, you should have scratch paper and a pencil. You do not need a clock as the program will time you. To begin a test, click on the test from the main screen. If you have already taken the test, you will have a choice of reviewing your results or resetting the test. Resetting a test will erase your previous work and score and will allow you to retest. You will be offered a short tutorial before beginning your first test. (If you would like to view the tutorial at any other time, choose Help/Test Tutorial from the drop-down menu.) Testing Screen
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The computer-adaptive test (CAT) screen works just like the computer-adaptive test that you will see on test day. The screen contains a Toolbar on the bottom, below the
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This note was uploaded on 05/30/2010 for the course HCMC 1273149 taught by Professor Lethithuylinh during the Spring '10 term at Alamance Community College.

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