negru wrote:that's what i did to save time. easier to circle the answers on the questions booklet and transfer them at the end, than to keep going back and forth. i also found about 5 mistakes in answers i was sure about. would've been a hassle erasing them, especially with the cheap ass red erasers on the pencils. seriously what is up with those erasers? why even bother putting them on the pencil since they're useless anyway? no, i take that back, they're not useless, they make things worse.
only sheep follow instructions anyway
wavicle wrote:At the Nov 12 2011 sitting of the PGRE I witnessed a tragic and needlessly expensive event. A student actually waited until the last minute to transfer his answers to the answer sheet. Yep. I can hardly believe it. It says in the test instructions not to do it, and here is why case and point. Needless to say, he was not nearly finished transferring his answers to the sheet when it was time to collect the tests.
Perhaps if you are still at the point where you are so uncertain in your work that you look at your answer choices again before finally making a decision, you're better off giving 48 hours notice and getting half of the fee refunded.
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