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# Raw score vs Number of correct questions

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04 May 2006, 03:52
Hi people
I would like to know the relationship between the raw score and the number of questions correct. Though the raw score is a function of multifarious parameters, there should be atleast some approximation with the number of question correct. Is there any place where i could find such mapping?

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Raw score vs Number of correct questions   [#permalink] 04 May 2006, 03:52
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