One more thing I want to add is that I am using Vista home edition as my OS. Does it affect anything I know I get warnings that GMATPrep is not compatible with Vista, though it works fine on my laptop.
I know there are many posts about how I can reset the GMATPrep but I think with the latest download all the previous tricks now fail. There was one response from someonein Personview who said the following
I do technical support for the GMAT Prep software.
To be able to "reset" the GMAT Prep software, you do not have to uninstall the software. Please do the following:
1. Go to C:\Program Files\GMATPrep\Exams
2. Within the Exams folder, you should see a Practice Test 1.log and a Practice Test 2.log
3. Delete both logs
4. relaunch the GMAT Prep software, and it should show you that both practice exams are now Not Attempted, and you can take them again.
The database for the GMAT Prep is not currently very large, so you might see several questions that you had taken previously.
The problem is I donot see any log files in the said folder. I am writing my exam in few days so any help is more than helpful to me. Please help.
Well for the rest of you who donot know here is what I have proved. GMATPrep software is only for Windows XP. You can install it, use it and then uninstall it, remove the directory and reinstall the software. Hence would be able to use it again. But if you happen to have windows Vista which is common on most newer laptops, you are out of luck. Although you will get warnings that GMATPrep is not compatible with Vista, you will be able to install and use it. But here's the catch only 2 ! tests thats it.. You cannot repeat it, so those of you who will be trying GMATPrep on their Vista PC be sure that you are ready to try GMATPRep as you will not be able to repeat them.
I have another pc running XP so I had to install the oftware on it to reuse it.
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