GMAT Noteboard

The "erasable noteboards" is a spiral bound packet of 5 legal size sheets of yellow laminated paper. The pages are numbered from 1 to 10 (front and back). The cover page (page 1) contains a disclaimer and information about how to adjust the test center chair. Pages 2 through 10 are blank sheets of laminated graph paper. Each of the pages has a 1 inch blank margin at both the top and bottom of the page. The graph paper has 33 rectangular boxes across the page horizontally by 71 rectangular boxes down the page vertically.

The writing implement is a special black pen with a fine tip. The ink is erasable, but the test center does not provide an eraser. If you have filled up your notebook, raise your hand and a proctor will provide you with a new 10-page booklet.

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