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How to review GMAT prep scores? [#permalink] New post 02 Aug 2009, 02:17
Hi everyone! I'm new here. I'm also preparing for my GMAT. I answered practice test one of the GMAT prep but when I was near the report score page, my computer sort of hung. The next page I saw was the review page (31 Qs, x incorrect, etc). I didn't even see my total score :( Is there any way to check the score? Is there a log somewhere? I really want to know my score so I can gauge my progress.

For quant, I got 13 incorrect answers. But only 5 incorrect in the first 22 questions.
For verbal, I got 10 incorrect spread across the 41 items.

Any idea how much that would translate to?

Hope you can advice. Thanks :-D
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Re: How to review GMAT prep scores? [#permalink] New post 02 Aug 2009, 02:54
except gmatprep software .... i dont think anybody could translate the score ...
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Re: How to review GMAT prep scores? [#permalink] New post 02 Aug 2009, 05:58
Yeah, I don't think anyone can translate that score for you just like how GMAC does not reveal its so-called special "algorithm" to translate the raw scores into the 800 scale. However, if I were to guess, you had probably scored around 630 area (could be higher). Please understand that this is just a guestimate, by using some of my past numbers of right vs number of wrongs. Please correct me if you think otherwise.
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Re: How to review GMAT prep scores? [#permalink] New post 02 Aug 2009, 05:59
Actually, I thought about it some more, I think what you provided should translate into a higher score than what I said...I would say somewhere about 660. Again, please correct me if you think otherwise.
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Re: How to review GMAT prep scores? [#permalink] New post 02 Aug 2009, 06:38
Thanks for the estimate :-) that tells me I need to work harder to get closer to 700. Any idea if the scores can be found in a log somewhere in the software?

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Re: How to review GMAT prep scores? [#permalink] New post 02 Aug 2009, 06:54
I was never able to go back to the page where it reveals my score, so just consider it gone. Plus, most people agree that you can take the GMATPrep more than once (even up to three times) and not see the same questions.
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Re: How to review GMAT prep scores? [#permalink] New post 02 Aug 2009, 07:39
thanks bakfed! Yeah, will take the practice test again and hopefully i'll see my score. :-)
Do I need to uninstall to get fresh set of questions?

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Re: How to review GMAT prep scores? [#permalink] New post 02 Aug 2009, 10:02
I've read some users saying to uninstall/install, but I've personally taken it twice already and probably has seen less than 2% of the same questions. I guess you can try uninstall/install it and see if you'll get different questions; I personally doubt it since the software is already made with those question banks.
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