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Analysis of New GMAT Pattern on the basis of New ESR

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After analyzing the ESRs of many people, who have given the exam after April, 2018. I analyzed the below information-

Verbal - 30 Questions are evaluated. Section wise details -

8 questions in first and fourth section.
7 questions in second and third sections.

These sections are the sections mentioned in the ESR.

It involves 12 RC, 10 SC and 8 CR problems.

Quant - 28 questions are evaluated. Section wise details -

7 questions each in all the 4 sections, sections visible in the ESR.

It includes 15 PS and 13 DS.



I am also going to attach a few ESR and will provide the analysis on topic-wise question numbers.

Please add more if you have so that we can conclude better.




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New post 29 Sep 2018, 06:11
In 1 Verbal ESR,

I can conclude the below items -

CR - 8 questions are evaluated

Analyze/Critique - 4 questions
Construction/Plan - 4 questions

RC - 12 questions are evaluated

Identify inferred data - 9 questions
Identify stated data - 3 questions

SC - 10 questions are evaluated, there are a few questions which include both Grammar and communications.


Please post more esr so we can analyze more
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Arvindsharmanitw wrote:
After analyzing the ESRs of many people, who have given the exam after April, 2018. I analyzed the below information-

Verbal - 30 Questions are evaluated. Section wise details -

8 questions in first and fourth section.
7 questions in second and third sections.

These sections are the sections mentioned in the ESR.

It involves 12 RC, 10 SC and 8 CR problems.

Quant - 28 questions are evaluated. Section wise details -

7 questions each in all the 4 sections, sections visible in the ESR.

It includes 15 PS and 13 DS.



I am also going to attach a few ESR and will provide the analysis on topic-wise question numbers.

Please add more if you have so that we can conclude better.




Thanks,
Arvind

Please give Kudos if you find it useful. as lot more is about to come


So basically you figured out the number of "test" question in each section?

If that is true it would be a quite interesting nugget of wisdom :O
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Arvindsharmanitw wrote:
After analyzing the ESRs of many people, who have given the exam after April, 2018. I analyzed the below information-

Verbal - 30 Questions are evaluated. Section wise details -

8 questions in first and fourth section.
7 questions in second and third sections.

These sections are the sections mentioned in the ESR.

It involves 12 RC, 10 SC and 8 CR problems.

Quant - 28 questions are evaluated. Section wise details -

7 questions each in all the 4 sections, sections visible in the ESR.

It includes 15 PS and 13 DS.



I am also going to attach a few ESR and will provide the analysis on topic-wise question numbers.

Please add more if you have so that we can conclude better.




Thanks,
Arvind

Please give Kudos if you find it useful. as lot more is about to come


So basically you figured out the number of "test" question in each section?

If that is true it would be a quite interesting nugget of wisdom :O



Yes Buddy and it would be helpful if more people can post ESRs, I will also add a few more ESRs and also section wise update for Quant section as well
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