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So I was complete idiot and in my eagerness to click to the score page after I took a 4 hour GMATPrep test, I clicked past it. From what I'v been reading on this site you can't go back and see your score which sucks. I got 6 wrong on quant and 6 wrong on verbal. Can anyone give me a guess what range my score should be in?
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So I was complete idiot and in my eagerness to click to the score page after I took a 4 hour GMATPrep test, I clicked past it. From what I'v been reading on this site you can't go back and see your score which sucks. I got 6 wrong on quant and 6 wrong on verbal. Can anyone give me a guess what range my score should be in?


This is pretty good. There is not really a good system. I'd say you are in high 40's for math and low 40's for verbal, so your range is 700-760. But this is a very crude estimation.
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New post 31 Jan 2010, 15:24
Thanks for the reply. I remember the first GMAT Prep test I got 9 wrong on the quant and 5 wrong on verbal and got a 740, so I thought I'd do a bit better with the 6 wrong on each section. I guess the total number of wrong doesn't necessarily determine the score since it's computer adaptive.
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