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# Help please! I need to know my score.

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06 Mar 2009, 19:03
Hi!
I need your help. I just took a GMAT prep test and I got the following:
Quantitative: 23 right, 14 wrong: total 37 question
Verbal: 25 right, 16 wrong: total 41 question

I would like to know what would be my aproximate score. Thanks a lot for your help!
Sorry if wrong box.
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07 Mar 2009, 00:45
waytovietnam wrote:
Hi!
I need your help. I just took a GMAT prep test and I got the following:
Quantitative: 23 right, 14 wrong: total 37 question
Verbal: 25 right, 16 wrong: total 41 question

I would like to know what would be my aproximate score. Thanks a lot for your help!
Sorry if wrong box.

I would say, Q is 44-48, V 29-32

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02 Apr 2009, 10:23
Hi botirvoy - Would appreciate if you explain how this is calculated. If the process has already been discussed some where in the forum, then could use some help in locating it. Thanks

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02 Apr 2009, 12:03
I don't get it. Doesn't the GMATPrep give you the score?

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02 Apr 2009, 14:06
rezrahman wrote:
Hi botirvoy - Would appreciate if you explain how this is calculated. If the process has already been discussed some where in the forum, then could use some help in locating it. Thanks

The score is presented on the screen after you complete the Verbal section. You must write this score down and/or take a screenshot if you want to access it later.

botirvoy was simply estimating your score based on the number of questions you got wrong. Although this method won't give you an exact score, it can give you a reasonable range.

Make sure you keep good records of the #/type of questions you're getting wrong on each exam. It's the only way you can reliably improve your score.

Best of luck
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03 Apr 2009, 05:53
Sure you are referring to GMATPrep?

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