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Converting quant question difficulty to actual score?

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Hi. I was wondering if one can estimate his GMAT quant score (0-51) based on the difficulty of the questions he can do correctly (0-800)?

For example I believe MGMAT tells you what difficulty range you are in. E.g The average difficulty of questions you get right in quant is 650. Is there a conversion guide that can tell me what 650 quant difficulty would translate to on a 0-51 scale for math? Do you need to be able to to get 50% of 700-800 level questions right before you can reach Q48+?

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