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How do you tell 10 minutes has passed during the real MCAT?

Discussion in 'MCAT Discussions' started by Sammy1024, 05.15.14.

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  1. Sammy1024

    Sammy1024

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    I was just wondering, if you leave the room, how do you tell 10 minutes has passed? Are there clocks outside? (It's what I assumed but wanted to be sure).

    Also, let's say it's been 10 minutes and for some reason a couple of people are re-checking in after their break, will the next section just start while I'm waiting?
     
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  3. Jason12

    Jason12 2+ Year Member

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    the test doesn't start on its own even if you've passed 10min until you click start, but Im sure if you go over 15min you'll be in trouble
     
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  4. Sammy1024

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    Oooo okay! Thank you! :]
     

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