I just finished the Princeton review
test (free) on their website and this is the score I got :
Verbal: 31 (31 out of 41 correct)
Quantitative: 39 (34 out of 37 correct)
Total (V & Q): 580
Do you guys know of any issues in scoring algorithm of PR ?
Aiming for 750.
The score does seem a bit suspect to me (especially in Quant) if the numbers are what you have given above (any chance of misinterpretation or typo?). There are many factors (e.g. difficulty level of the questions) that decide your raw score but if you answer questions correctly, you are supposed to get harder questions. Since you missed out on only 3 questions, even if they are all in a row, they can't affect your score this much. Though I haven't heard of any major issues with the scoring algorithm of Princeton Review
. Whatever the reason for your low score, I don't think Princeton Review
will try to get a marketing boost using a faulty algorithm. If anything, it will have the opposite effect since today's clientele is discerning enough. It might be some temporary glitch somewhere. Just to be sure, I would suggest you to try out the GMAT prep test or our free test.
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