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# Diagnostic Test OG 12th edition

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10 Jan 2011, 09:47
Hi everyone,

I have a question. Is it possible ton convert the score obtained from the diagnostic test?

I mean I got a 18/24 for PS a 17/24 for DS (i.e. 35/48 for Quant section); 15/17 for RC 14/17 for CR and 13/18 for SC (i.e. 42/52 for Verbal)

Would it correspond to a 650-660?

Thank you for your help! I need to know before to go further in my preparation!
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Re: Diagnostic Test OG 12th edition [#permalink]

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10 Jan 2011, 11:01
camtip wrote:
Hi everyone,

I have a question. Is it possible ton convert the score obtained from the diagnostic test?

I mean I got a 18/24 for PS a 17/24 for DS (i.e. 35/48 for Quant section); 15/17 for RC 14/17 for CR and 13/18 for SC (i.e. 42/52 for Verbal)

Would it correspond to a 650-660?

Thank you for your help! I need to know before to go further in my preparation!

Yes, without knowing the difficulty of the problems you can not convert correct answers to score.

Someone could score 60% correct and score a 700, while someone else could score 60% correct and score a 550.
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Re: Diagnostic Test OG 12th edition [#permalink]

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10 Jan 2011, 11:12
Ok thanks,

As this is the Diagnostic Test from OG 12th, I supposed it could be converted since the questions are quite commonly known...

I guess I will have a better idea of my "potential score" when i'll take a MGMAT Test.

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Re: Diagnostic Test OG 12th edition [#permalink]

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Ok thanks,

As this is the Diagnostic Test from OG 12th, I supposed it could be converted since the questions are quite commonly known...

I guess I will have a better idea of my "potential score" when i'll take a MGMAT Test.

I'd strongly recommend you to take a GMATPREP test and not a MGMAT test before you start your preparation. A GMATPREP test score will actually allow you to gauge your competency level .
Re: Diagnostic Test OG 12th edition   [#permalink] 10 Jan 2011, 12:11
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# Diagnostic Test OG 12th edition

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