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gmat club test results rating [#permalink]
02 Jan 2010, 08:43
Hi, I took the gmat club math test and it is only giving me the result in form of # of write and percentile. Is there a way that I can relate that to the scores that I get in actual gmat like 42 in math...etc..GMATprep seems to be giving the result in that way but not the gmat club test..let me know...I am not sure if knowing the # of right answers really matters....
Re: gmat club test results rating [#permalink]
08 Apr 2012, 20:49
I recently purchased the access to the GMAT Club practice exams. I am trying to interpret the scores from my results. At the end of my exam, I am provided a % score: "You did better than X% of the test takers." How does this raw percent score translate to the GMAT's floating 800 point score system? What % score should translate to a 700+ GMAT score? Thanks much!