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dear all i am working out to see what scaled score you get

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dear all
i am working out to see what scaled score you get on how many mistakes over all specially in verbal
i am trying to find it out and we may work out that what mistakes on average will lead to what scaled scor

it will be helpful to everyone here
for example if i am aiming a scaled score of 40 in verbal as i am scoring 48 in quant
then i need to know what should be my accuracy in verbal over all
for example it is 8 then i know 2 in SC 2 in CR and 3-4 in RC

so i can prepare accordingly

your help is required guys
please post your scores in real GMAT or in GMATPrep
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Re: verbal Scoring [#permalink] New post 09 Aug 2011, 21:37
Warlock007 wrote:
dear all
i am working out to see what scaled score you get on how many mistakes over all specially in verbal
i am trying to find it out and we may work out that what mistakes on average will lead to what scaled scor

it will be helpful to everyone here
for example if i am aiming a scaled score of 40 in verbal as i am scoring 48 in quant
then i need to know what should be my accuracy in verbal over all
for example it is 8 then i know 2 in SC 2 in CR and 3-4 in RC

so i can prepare accordingly

your help is required guys
please post your scores in real GMAT or in GMATPrep


Hi Warlock,

so much of work already done for the same, but without any firm conclusion. Score is also depend on few other conditions, such as, consecutive wrongs, multiple low score wrongs..
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Re: verbal Scoring [#permalink] New post 09 Aug 2011, 22:56
bhavesh09 wrote:
Warlock007 wrote:
dear all
i am working out to see what scaled score you get on how many mistakes over all specially in verbal
i am trying to find it out and we may work out that what mistakes on average will lead to what scaled scor

it will be helpful to everyone here
for example if i am aiming a scaled score of 40 in verbal as i am scoring 48 in quant
then i need to know what should be my accuracy in verbal over all
for example it is 8 then i know 2 in SC 2 in CR and 3-4 in RC

so i can prepare accordingly

your help is required guys
please post your scores in real GMAT or in GMATPrep


Hi Warlock,

so much of work already done for the same, but without any firm conclusion. Score is also depend on few other conditions, such as, consecutive wrongs, multiple low score wrongs..


bro you are right
but it really helps amateurs like me to improve
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Re: verbal Scoring [#permalink] New post 09 Aug 2011, 23:00
instead of fixating on an actual number which doesn't really make sense in an adaptive test, why not work on your fundamentals first?
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Re: verbal Scoring [#permalink] New post 09 Aug 2011, 23:43
openbox1 wrote:
instead of fixating on an actual number which doesn't really make sense in an adaptive test, why not work on your fundamentals first?


bro i know that the scaled score has got a lot of factors
as i got 36 scaled score with 11 mistakes and 35 with 13 mistakes

probably this is because i got 700 level questions wrong

but one thing is clear that for practice you need to know that how many questions you can afforst to get wrong
for eg now i know that i can afford 2 mistakes in SC and 2 in CR and 3-4 in RC for a 40 in verbal overall irrespective of the difficulty level

so while practicing i keep a note that my accuracy in SC and CR is not less than 80%

this actually helps me a lot to get closer to my verbal score aim

thats what my intention is

please help me if you can to get more insight
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