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New post 05 Nov 2017, 01:18
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Hi.. It was much easier than GMAT.. I got 172 score with Q15 V13 ir 14..

Great score!! How was IR in the test — same as GMAT or easier ?

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NattySingh wrote:
Hi.. It was much easier than GMAT.. I got 172 score with Q15 V13 ir 14..


Hi NattySingh, thank you for sharing with us. Your score is the best one I can find so far. There are rare EA test takers and most of them may not share their experience over here. Anyway, congrats to you again. I guess your school will be happy to accept you!

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NattySingh wrote:
Hi.. It was much easier than GMAT.. I got 172 score with Q15 V13 ir 14..


Hi NattySingh, thank you for sharing with us. Your score is the best one I can find so far. There are rare EA test takers and most of them may not share their experience over here. Anyway, congrats to you again. I guess your school will be happy to accept you!

I hope the colleges just see only the EA score but its the overall application which is considered for admission.. Keeping my fingers and toes crossed...

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New post 06 Nov 2017, 10:03
I don't know the cut off line of EA for most universities. Some people said 150, which means you are above that line so much. Not sure you ever took GMAT before but I guess you did. IR looks easy but actually it's not. Test takers must answer 2 or 3 sub-questions to score. So, the test shows that you are ready for further challenges in universities! Congrats!

NattySingh wrote:
fourleaf wrote:
NattySingh wrote:
Hi.. It was much easier than GMAT.. I got 172 score with Q15 V13 ir 14..


Hi NattySingh, thank you for sharing with us. Your score is the best one I can find so far. There are rare EA test takers and most of them may not share their experience over here. Anyway, congrats to you again. I guess your school will be happy to accept you!

I hope the colleges just see only the EA score but its the overall application which is considered for admission.. Keeping my fingers and toes crossed...

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I agree. Congrats and good luck ahead!

fourleaf wrote:
I don't know the cut off line of EA for most universities. Some people said 150, which means you are above that line so much. Not sure you ever took GMAT before but I guess you did. IR looks easy but actually it's not. Test takers must answer 2 or 3 sub-questions to score. So, the test shows that you are ready for further challenges in universities! Congrats!


NattySingh wrote:
fourleaf wrote:
NattySingh wrote:
Hi.. It was much easier than GMAT.. I got 172 score with Q15 V13 ir 14..

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I had hard to time with this question - first it took me more than 3 minutes just the read the text as I could not comprehend it....Then I had difficulties with percentiles...I had it wrong for the third question. Official explanations are:

Using Height-for-age standards for boys aged 4 years 0 months, the 15th percentile in height is 99.0 cm. Thus, 15% of boys of this age are 99.0 cm tall or shorter. Note that the 3rd percentile in height for boys of this age is 95.4 cm, so 3% of boys of this age are at this height or shorter. Therefore, (15 − 3)%, or 12% of boys aged 4 years 0 months have heights greater than 95.4 cm and less than or equal to 99.0 cm. The proportion of boys of this age whose height is exactly 99.0 cm must therefore be less than or equal to 12%, so the indicated probability is also less than or equal to 12%.

The correct answer is No.

Using Height-for-age standards, the 3rd percentile in height for ages from 2 years 0 months through 5 years 0 months is at least 81.4 cm. This means that a boy from a model population whose height is 81.4 cm is shorter than at least 97% of boys his age. Thus, a boy who is 81 cm tall is shorter than at least 97% of boys his age and thus shorter than at least 95% of boys his age.

The correct answer is Yes.

Weight-for-height standards provide a weight distribution for boys 120 cm tall; in particular, 97% of boys at this height weigh more than 18 kg. But a randomly selected boy at this height could conceivably weigh much less than 18 kg. Moreover, even if the boy's weight were known, a percentile distribution of weight for boys age 2 years 6 months is lacking, so it is impossible to answer the question based on the information provided.

The correct answer is No.

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New post 28 Nov 2017, 02:48
I had EA today, the results were not great about 151, I say about because it was a strange situation - they did not give me a printout at the test center! Citing technical problems with a software so that they could not print it. Too bad, as I did not try to memorize and I do not recall breakdown by score - I did much better on Verbal and quite poorly on EA, but I don't remember how much. I indicated just one school with an idea to add another one later, so i don't know how it works - if I include another school in profile now, will that school receive a result? or it should be done before the exam (at registration)? If add a school now and register for the last one (only two attempts), will that newly added school get both results? I found that EA section of GMAC site is not user friendly - there is no contact option except for contacting pearson on registration and contacting GMAC for profile change... Would anyone shed light on it?

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