Can anyone offer an estimate of predicted GMAT scores (Quant, Verbal, and Combined Score) based upon results from the Official Guide 12th
Edition and Quant/Verbal 2nd Editions?
I'm currently getting 97% of the Quantitative problems and 91% of the Verbal problems correct (OG 12
and Quant+Verbal 2nd Editions). Is 9 out of 10 good enough to score in the 40-44 range in the Verbal section? Can one assume that a 90% percent correct on the OG guides roughly
implies a 90th percentile result on the GMAT? (PS and DS results are 98% and 96%, with CR, RC, and SC results at 94%, 91%, and 90%, respectively). There is not a significant reduction (< 2-3%) in the percentage of problems correct as the problems become more difficult, i.e. later problems in the OG guides.
I have already taken the GMAT (Q:50 (93%), V:33(66%), C:690(88%)), but I am hoping to improve my Verbal score to raise my combined score into the 740-760 range. My Verbal results during this round of study are much improved from my last round of study (from about 65% to 91% correct). I'm hoping a percent correct increase (25% or so) on the Official Guides is indicative of a corresponding percentile result increase (from 66% to around 90%+) on the GMAT exam.
Thank you in advance for any comments,