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score range? [#permalink] New post 11 Oct 2008, 19:14
how should we judge our score in practice tests where we know only no of rights or wrongs. I mean suppose I am getting 10 Incorect in Quant (or verbal say) , in wht range of quant score do I stand? Is there any chart available where I can judge my score?
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Re: score range? [#permalink] New post 12 Oct 2008, 06:45
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how should we judge our score in practice tests where we know only no of rights or wrongs. I mean suppose I am getting 10 Incorect in Quant (or verbal say) , in wht range of quant score do I stand? Is there any chart available where I can judge my score?


With 10 incorrect I have scored q39 on GMATPrep and with 10 incorrect I have scored q46 on GMATPrep.

It really depends on the quality of questions you get wrong. No one knows (apart from few souls at GMAC) how the algorithm works.
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Re: score range? [#permalink] New post 12 Oct 2008, 06:56
What tests are you taking where you only know how many you got right or wrong? Are you taking paper tests? All of the computer tests calculate the score for you. Don't waste time on paper tests. You MUST be familiar with the computer test for the real experience.
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Re: score range? [#permalink] New post 12 Oct 2008, 19:52
No Im not taking paper tests. eg gmatclub challanges. teher we get 2 know only no of rights and wrongs
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What tests are you taking where you only know how many you got right or wrong? Are you taking paper tests? All of the computer tests calculate the score for you. Don't waste time on paper tests. You MUST be familiar with the computer test for the real experience.
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Re: score range? [#permalink] New post 13 Oct 2008, 02:31
I think if you consistently get less than 10 wrong in challenges expect a score of 80 percentile plus in Q in the real deal.
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