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Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
07 Jul 2011, 21:47
Ankush002 wrote:
I gave v06 GMAT Club free verbal test. I got 32 out of 41 correct but it says 60.8 percentile.. Guys, please share your scores and please comment on my score, where do I stand and how Gmat club percentile works ? I want a 750 at least, please let me know what should I do more and what tests are best to practice that simulate actual gmat.
Thanks
Congs, If you scored 61% it means that exactly 39% ot those who took the score scored better than you. I think in terms of GMAT raw score you stand in 61%+5%=66%, go to mba.com and find the percentile table for verbal section.
Quote:
I want a 750 at least
and at most?!
750 is in 98%- or 99% percentile range. So it will be difficult to be "at least in 99%".
I wish you good luck in preparation. _________________
Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
08 Jul 2011, 06:46
Thanks Pkit for the reply ! At most is 800 Can you please let me know how can I find more verbal tests which are challenging enough to increase my overall GMAT verbal score.
Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
08 Jul 2011, 07:17
Ankush002 wrote:
Thanks Pkit for the reply ! At most is 800 Can you please let me know how can I find more verbal tests which are challenging enough to increase my overall GMAT verbal score.
Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
31 Jul 2011, 21:40
fxbiii wrote:
Pkit, what is the basis for the conversion formula ( %'ile + 5% ) to estimate the real verbal test score off of the GC Test Verbal?
Thanks
I dont know. But GClub tests' percentiles are strongly corelated with the GMAT percentiles. The reason is that Club's test are taken by wide variety of people as well as the GMAT. _________________
Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
29 Sep 2011, 17:00
Hi,
Need a feedback on my Gmatclub math test scores. I took the M01 and M02 recently and received a score of 29/37(66%ile) and 30 /37(63%ile) on the tests.
Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
11 Nov 2011, 19:30
I have been giving these tests in Review Mode.
Did the m01,02,03,04.
IMO giving them in an untimed manner gives me lot of time to analyse the wrong ones. I get 3 to 5 mistakes per test. Any inputs ? Am i doing in the right way ? _________________
D- Day December 30 2011. Hoping for the happiest new year celebrations !
Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
28 Dec 2011, 04:38
Hi everyone,
here is what I notice:
In 2006 I would be within the 90% in Challenge 22 having 29Q correct. Now I am within the 54% percentile... Sure this is so, because more and more people thake those challenges. Anyway, my question now is, if the scores (0-51) adapt too. So does it say more if I am comparing the questionses ansewred corretly or the percentile??? So am I going to get a lower score or about the same???
I hope this was somehow understandable... As I see, I have to train some more for AWA ^^
Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
23 Apr 2012, 06:38
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I guess there is no result correlation available for Diagnostic Test. There are some figures for the regular Math Tests together with the free m25 Math test. Sorry for the confusion.
charlemagne wrote:
Hey...I took the GMAT Club diagnostic...and was directed here for the correlation....
Seems am unaware of the Challenge# of the diagnostic....is this the right place for that test?
Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
24 Apr 2012, 10:43
dzyubam wrote:
I guess there is no result correlation available for Diagnostic Test. There are some figures for the regular Math Tests together with the free m25 Math test. Sorry for the confusion.
charlemagne wrote:
Hey...I took the GMAT Club diagnostic...and was directed here for the correlation....
Seems am unaware of the Challenge# of the diagnostic....is this the right place for that test?
Thanks dzyubam! That made me rest on this one. _________________
KUDOS-ing does'nt cost you anything, but might just make someone's day!!!
Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
25 May 2012, 23:16
Guys i took the free m#25 scored 86% (got 6 wrong). How does this performance measure up to the real gmat? also is m25 one of the easy/avg /hard tests?
Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
28 May 2012, 22:49
Hi everyone,
Should you take the test one each day? Two each day? Or even more than that? How many tests each day do you think an average person can comprehend each day? ( I was trying to do a marathon but I am not quite sure if it is the correct method)
Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
09 Aug 2012, 04:16
Can some one help me to interpret results of this test. I have purchased the 1 month validity test , that has 14 quant and 6 verbal .. just so u guys know what i am talking about. 1) I downloaded a spreadsheet that says challege number and correlates it with percentile. I HAVE NO CLUE WHAT CHALLENGE NUMBER MY TEST IS . I scored like 21/37 here and i see Q32 as the result and something like 36%. I generally score Q49 on the power preps manhattan etc . so Q32 makes no sense to me . 2) if i actually had q32 which is 36%ile ... then why were all my questions execpt for the 1st few in the 700 range ..
can some one explain these things cos im quite clueless TBH
Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
14 Aug 2012, 07:51
Hi Kapil. Not sure either, but I'm in a similar situation. On my last MGMAT i scored a 46+ on MGMAT and Power prep, and was confused by the these tests. I feel that these are more difficult. I also had most of my question in the 700 range as well. I think the tests are designed to be tough and challenge you, so don't take the score too seriously.
kapilhede17 wrote:
Can some one help me to interpret results of this test. I have purchased the 1 month validity test , that has 14 quant and 6 verbal .. just so u guys know what i am talking about. 1) I downloaded a spreadsheet that says challege number and correlates it with percentile. I HAVE NO CLUE WHAT CHALLENGE NUMBER MY TEST IS . I scored like 21/37 here and i see Q32 as the result and something like 36%. I generally score Q49 on the power preps manhattan etc . so Q32 makes no sense to me . 2) if i actually had q32 which is 36%ile ... then why were all my questions execpt for the 1st few in the 700 range ..
can some one explain these things cos im quite clueless TBH
Re: Result correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club's Tests [#permalink]
22 Oct 2012, 20:40
Hi everyone, Since the tests are now adaptive, does anyone has the correlation between CAT test score and real test score? Is it the same with correlation between old format tests and real tests? Thank
gmatclubot
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