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# Dear All, The fact I am confused about is after having some

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Dear All, The fact I am confused about is after having some [#permalink]

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16 Oct 2011, 13:08
Dear All,

The fact I am confused about is after having some many question right in a series the difficulty level of the test did not increase and I ended up scoring only v 27 in this test. Which also happens to be bit away from what I have been getting on MGMAT and KAPLAN test plus an improvement that should be seen.

I agree that number of question answered right is probably not the best indicator of your verbal score. But answering series of questions right should introduce you to those high difficulty question.

Has anyone been through the similar scoring pattern? If yes, can you please explain so that I can reduce by blood pressure to normal level?

Thanks for the help.
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Re: No clue why v27 with scoring as below [#permalink]

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26 Oct 2011, 08:54
How do you know the problems you were getting weren't considered high-difficulty? GMATPrep doesn't provide that information. There are many ways for a problem to be high-difficulty. The basic definition is that a large percentage of test-takers get the problem wrong. Most likely some of the problems you missed fall into this category.
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Re: No clue why v27 with scoring as below   [#permalink] 26 Oct 2011, 08:54
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