Check out the score estimator on this site. It may give you a rough idea of your standing regardless of what test you take.
Well , yb , the score estimator only gives an "estimate" of your score based on another test .
What I'm / was real interested in is pinpointing the weak/strong areas within a specific section like Q or V , and that would be a good diagnostic test , with some kind of a reference score that would be a bonus . Maybe I didn't explain myself well enough but thats what I was looking for .
In any case , here's what I ended up doing for the benefit of anyone reading ...
a) I took the Kaplan
Diagnostic test (on CD) and got a score .
IMO , this test was a waste of time ... It has 6-7 diff. sections of 8-11 q's each . That way they focus on a particular area like CR,RC,PS, etc. The format is diff. and hence , the score I feel is not representative for even being a reference score .
b) Next , I decided to take the Kaplan
Practice Test "paper" . Now , while I understood that it wasn't a CAT , I felt it was at least representative of the format , level of difficulty & displayed the endurance one would need for an exam as the GMAT . IMO , a much better diag. test .
An interesting thing was my calc. score based on both a) &b) was very similar so I guess one could conclude that the Kaplan
diag. test on CD is accurate
My Ideal diag. test:
1) sticks to GMAT format exactly , i.e. 37q/75 mins. for Q and 41q/75mins for V.
2) gives a scaled GMAT score as a reference .
3) is truly adaptive , and hence , CAT and not paper .
4) level of difficulty is at least if not slightly greater than GMAT
5) provides analysis of diff. types of problems so one can see if one is strong in CR , RC and specific PS areas like probability,etc.
Hope this helps someone ....