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# 700 debreifs

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01 Dec 2011, 18:11
Hi all,

I have been reading 700+ debriefs and found they got 42+ in verbal.
So am I right to say these people scored at least 30/41 for that score?
Or number of questions and their toughness are taken into account for final score?

As CAT continuously assess and adjust toughness of the questions presented,
the number of right answers are extrapolated for 60Q?

I just want to assess the level I'm at.

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01 Dec 2011, 22:38
Technically your score and the number of questions you get right have no relationship. That being said, when I was doing gmatprep's I'd always miss between 6 and 8 verbal and I'd score between 41 and 44. That may just be due to my testing style/ how the CAT reads me in particular. I wouldn't worry about number correct, just do CAT's and worry about the scaled score
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01 Dec 2011, 23:18
Well... technically you can get 700 with as little as V35, but in general, yes, you need a good Verbal score to get over the 700 bump.

P.S. Q60 does not exist It only goes up to Q51.

Here is a score table:

Source: gmat-scores-83890.html
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02 Dec 2011, 00:46

Some where I had read that verbal (41) and quant (37) scores are extrapolated to 60; that's why I wrote Q60.

Anyway thanks for clarifying.

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02 Dec 2011, 02:02
sigirisetti wrote:

Some where I had read that verbal (41) and quant (37) scores are extrapolated to 60; that's why I wrote Q60.

Anyway thanks for clarifying.

You are actually correct - the scores do go to 60 (theoretically) but practically it is impossible to score more than 51.
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02 Dec 2011, 02:19
bb wrote:
Well... technically you can get 700 with as little as V35, but in general, yes, you need a good Verbal score to get over the 700 bump.

P.S. Q60 does not exist It only goes up to Q51.

Here is a score table:

Source: gmat-scores-83890.html

thanks for the table, bb. but somehow it gives me a feeling that it is theoretically possible to get 800 with a Q48 (84 percentile) if someone gets perfect score in verbal. is this true since we know it's possible to get Q48 even with 10-11 mistakes in quant?

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