The recalibration applies solely to how we derive your subscores and overall score for your exam, not in how we assign questions. We changed this to match changes in the real exam. Nothing in our actual test material has changed. Since the recalibration is only pushing quant subscores down by about 1 point and verbal subscores down by 1-2 points, it looks like part of your drop is due to lower performance. The rest is due to recalibration. This means that given your previous scores, you should still be able to hit 700+ on a good day.
I hope this helps!
Dmitry Farber | Manhattan GMAT Instructor | New York
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