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For 700 score How many Verbal question should be correct?

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Re: For 700 score How many Verbal question should be correct? [#permalink]

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New post 08 Feb 2018, 05:46
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solanki2803 wrote:
Hi All,

Can someone please tell me that in order to get 700 in GMAT how many questions should be right out of 41Q in verbal considering all correct in QA or is it depend on the GMAT adaptive test.

regards,
Vikas

Some general estimates:

0 wrong = 50 or 51
1 wrong = 48
2 wrong = 47
3 wrong = 46
4 wrong = 44
5 wrong = 42
6 wrong = 41
7 wrong = 40
etc.

Your 200-800 score is a combination of your Quant and Verbal section scores.

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Please confirm wether the number of questions as mentioned above is basically out of 41 questions or out of 30-31 questions, which GMAT tests for score ?

thanks in advance
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Please confirm wether the number of questions as mentioned above is basically out of 41 questions or out of 30-31 questions, which GMAT tests for score ?

thanks in advance

The numbers above pertain to the 30 counted questions on Verbal only, not the 11 experimental ("pretest") questions.
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Re: For 700 score How many Verbal question should be correct? [#permalink]

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New post 10 Feb 2018, 10:45
Hi,
I have given 2 GMAT Prep tests
Gmat prep 1 620 V28 Q 47
Gmat prep 2 560 V28 Q 39

P.S. I committed silly mistakes in Q in Gmat Prep 2.

In both the examinations in verbal I got 13 questions incorrect , I find that generally in a 10 Q cycle till Question number 30 I get around 2-3 wrong i.e 6-9 incorrect. In the last 10 questions or to be precise the last 5 questions generally are what I get incorrect.
Some body please help me with this
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