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# Accuracy required for V36+ score

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28 Jan 2020, 12:40
Hi,

I have read several posts which suggests that if one scores the first 10 questions correctly and half of the remaining questions correctly in Quant, one can get Q49 score. I am trying to use that strategy and scoring Q48-Q49 by spending more time on the first 10 questions.

I want to score V36+ in order to reach 700. Are there similar statistics around that? What is the % of the total questions I need to answer correctly to reach V36? I am better prepared in SC and CR. But I am not very confident in RC. Will that impact significantly?

Thanks
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Re: Accuracy required for V36+ score  [#permalink]

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28 Jan 2020, 18:26
Not entirely true.

Check these two posts:

1. https://gmatclub.com/forum/new-format-g ... 69682.html
2. https://gmatclub.com/forum/the-real-sto ... 62161.html

henilshaht wrote:
Hi,

I have read several posts which suggests that if one scores the first 10 questions correctly and half of the remaining questions correctly in Quant, one can get Q49 score. I am trying to use that strategy and scoring Q48-Q49 by spending more time on the first 10 questions.

I want to score V36+ in order to reach 700. Are there similar statistics around that? What is the % of the total questions I need to answer correctly to reach V36? I am better prepared in SC and CR. But I am not very confident in RC. Will that impact significantly?

Thanks
Re: Accuracy required for V36+ score   [#permalink] 28 Jan 2020, 18:26
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