You can use pretty much any watch chronograph you want if you push the button at the same time the proctor starts his. Most people won't be able to start a timer that probably makes a noise and track you down by your one single beep at the same time...nasya said:Does anyone know what kind of wrist watch I can buy with a silent timer so I can wear it during the MCAT and time myself without the alarm going off?
Yeah that's what I did too. It's either a little flap of metal or a really small spring. I just used needlenose pliers and plucked it out. The watch never made a sound again.Phil Anthropist said:Try opening your wristwatch (i.e. unscrew the back as if you were replacing the battery). If you see a little flap of metal sticking up, that part is often used to make sound. If you either cut it off or tape it down with a piece of electric tape (less destructive), the sound should be disabled. And then of course, put the back of the watch back on. This works on many watches...
TheProwler said:Just reset your watch to noon, and for PS, you've got until 1:40 for time. It's not rocket science.
my husband used a kitchen timer similar to the one in that link; he opened the back and cut the cord to the sound.VPDcurt said:Nope. Read the MCAT Essentials Publication.