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Transform paper-based practice tests results to GMAT score

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Transform paper-based practice tests results to GMAT score [#permalink] New post 29 Oct 2009, 10:59
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Hi!

Does anybody know how to transform paper-based test results to GMAT format score? For example, tests from 31's Sets...

I guess, if you have 37/37 correct - it means Q51... But may be someone has transforming table or rule for fewer correct answers?

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