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# GMAT calculator grade for the quantitative section

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10 Oct 2012, 03:23
Hey all,

I am looking for a calculator to calculate my grade according to the location of my errors.

I am doing adaptive tests but all i can get is the percentage of the test (last one was for example 57%), obviously i can get 60-65% and a lower grade, depend on the location of my errors and its bugging me i cant see the exact score i would get on the exams i am doing.

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Shay
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10 Oct 2012, 03:43
shaycus wrote:
Hey all,

I am looking for a calculator to calculate my grade according to the location of my errors.

I am doing adaptive tests but all i can get is the percentage of the test (last one was for example 57%), obviously i can get 60-65% and a lower grade, depend on the location of my errors and its bugging me i cant see the exact score i would get on the exams i am doing.

Thanks,
Shay

Which adaptive tests are you doing? Unfortunately, to my knowledge, its hard to change from a percentage score to a scaled score like you would see on the GMAT. a 70% of 700 level questions correct is not equal to 70% of 500 level questions correct.
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10 Oct 2012, 08:52
The test is from Kaptest and i know that 70% from 700 != 70% from 500, unfortunately this is exactly why i dont like the % choice and looking for a grade result.

For what its worse, i am only talking about the quantiative section and not the verbal one.
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