I received a 590 on my most recent MGMAT CAT test.
After analyzing score I am noticing that I am getting a majority of the 600-700 / 700 - 800 questions wrong for both Quant and Verbal. I suppose it is safe to say that this is the reason I am not getting over the 600 mark is because I am not getting enough of these higher level questions wrong (obvious). But my question really is..What is the % of answers that need to be correct in order to get over the 600 hump 650 hump etc? I only ask this question because we all know that test takers cannot get all the questions right. Is there a 'limited' amount of questions that you can get wrong to be scoring in the 650 - 700 range? What does a typical scenario for a higher level scorer look like?
Here is a brief of my Quant breakdown provided to me by MGMAT - My Quant score ended up being a 38
in this scenario