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# Quant Scores Question

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09 Feb 2005, 14:26
I have a question about the quant. I am aimeing for the 80/80 split and to get that in quant you need a 44 or 45 not sure which. How many wrong answers would that equate to? I know its tough to tell bc some arent counted in your score but does anyone have an estimate for this?
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09 Feb 2005, 16:39
The 80th percentile for the Q section should be about 47.
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10 Feb 2005, 08:29
80th percentile has moved up that far? wow thats basically only getting 3 or 4 questions wrong. Is it true the only way to get 51 is to get every question right?
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10 Feb 2005, 12:48
Hi,

For the examinees from Jan 00 through December 02, the 80th percentile was 46. I think it has increased in the last two years.

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11 Feb 2005, 01:18
I have experimented with PowerPrep. The results are:

51 in quant: no mistakes
50 in quant: 1-3 mistakes (you can get 50 with 3 mistakes!)
49 in quant: 3-5
48 in quant: 5-6

It matters of couse in which questions you make these mistakes. I intentionally made 3 mistakes in the first three questions and got the rest right. The score was 48
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11 Feb 2005, 06:34
thanks. Ive still got a ways to go to achieve my goals but Im confident that with more practice I'll get there.
11 Feb 2005, 06:34
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