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Info Required need clarity on the situation [#permalink] New post 15 Oct 2011, 09:05
Hi Guys,

Does anybody have any idea as in how much a single unanswered question affects your verbal score? I want to estimate my performance as i left one question unanswered on the verbal section and i am unable to determibe if i performed good or bad on the attempted questions of the section. Please help out as the info will give me a better understanding of my position as i want to retake the exam and i am not sure where i stand on the verbal portion. Thanks in advance

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Re: Info Required need clarity on the situation [#permalink] New post 16 Oct 2011, 04:22
Now I'm not sure how the penalty for not answering questions work. However, I have read somewhere that GMAT reduces your raw score by the percentage of questions un-answered (I can't recall the source though).
So, 1 question un-attempted would lead to a 2 percent reduction.
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