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High IR score with at least 5 questions guessed randomly!?

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High IR score with at least 5 questions guessed randomly!? [#permalink] New post 29 Apr 2014, 13:57
Dear all

I just finished my GMAT journey today with 680 (Q45,V38), but I still can't believe my IR score of 8 (93%). As i didn't care about IR I spent limited energy on solving the problems. The types of questions that were time consuming I skipped by randomly guessing. I guessed 5 questions and also answered at least 3/4 without being sure the answer is correct.
How could this happen?? Any ideas????

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Re: High IR score with at least 5 questions guessed randomly!? [#permalink] New post 28 May 2014, 13:32
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tatachalikyan wrote:
Dear all

I just finished my GMAT journey today with 680 (Q45,V38), but I still can't believe my IR score of 8 (93%). As i didn't care about IR I spent limited energy on solving the problems. The types of questions that were time consuming I skipped by randomly guessing. I guessed 5 questions and also answered at least 3/4 without being sure the answer is correct.
How could this happen?? Any ideas????

Thanks in Advance
TC


You can get entire questions wrong -- 2 or 3 --and still end up scoring an 8/8. There is no partial credit -- maybe you guessed well. Maybe the ones you did get wrong were all concentrated in one or two questions -- and the others were fine.

Well, can't complain, right?

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Re: High IR score with at least 5 questions guessed randomly!?   [#permalink] 28 May 2014, 13:32
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