Why should I complete a full GMAT practice session in one sitting?
While we understand that it is difficult to find the time to complete a simulated GMAT exam session in a single sitting, based upon our extensive experience, it would be a disservice to you to encourage partial completion of a simulated exam.
While practice sessions and drills have their place in GMAT preparation, our software is meant to recreate the actual exam experience from beginning to end. The GMAT requires a significant time investment. In fact, time management throughout an entire GMAT session (both maintaining uninterrupted focus and working efficiently) is the major factor in every student's final score. Thus, we want our software to assist students by preparing them for the rigors of comprehensive time management throughout a complete exam session. Although it can be an inconvenience, we believe you'll thank us for forcing you to find the uninterrupted time to practice with an authentic simulator.
That said, you do have the option to quit our exams at any time and then resume later from the same computer. We do not recommend using it unnecessarily, but we added this resume feature to our software for students who unexpectedly need to quit an active session. Anytime you quit an incomplete GMAT simulation, your current progress will be saved and you will automatically be prompted to resume it when you next launch the same exam.
Good luck on your preparations!