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04 Aug 2009, 17:19
Dear all,

Just a very easy question:

Aprox. how many correct answer should I have in each section in order to get a 720-730?

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04 Aug 2009, 20:15
I have done about 8 GMAT CATs during my second round at the GMAT and have been scoring in the 700-760 range on all of them. I would say you would have to score less then 10 incorrect in each section. but it can range dramatically. In verbal I have gotten a 47 with 3 incorrect and a score of 44 with 4 incorrect. I doesnt matter how many you get wrong. what matters is which ones you get wrong.

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05 Aug 2009, 06:03
robertrdzak is right.

The main qualifiers for your score is both the # of questions correct/incorrect and the general difficulty ranking of those problems.

You could miss 6 problems and still score in the 30s assuming the exam is throwing much lower difficulty problems at you (assuming you bombed the first bunch back to back).
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