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Conclusions from GMAT algorithm study based on ESR analyses

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New post 29 Oct 2017, 07:56
bump. Does anyone know the subsection scores for verbal and how they correspond to verbal?

E.g. 51 on RC is a 95%.
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HiLine wrote:

5. Impact of number of questions wrong on scores



These are the rough ranges for the number of questions people have got wrong to achieve a certain score:

Q51: 0-2
Q50: 2-6
Q49: 4-8
Q48: 6-9
Q47: 7-11
Q46: 9-10
Q45: 10-11

Keep in mind that these are out of the 30 Quant questions that count

V50: 0
V48: 1
V47: 2
V46: 3
V44: 3-5
V42: 4-5
V41: 4-6
V40: 7
V38: 8-11
V37: 8-10
V36: 8-10
V35: 9-12
V34: 7-11

Keep in mind that these are out of the 28 Verbal questions that count


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Thank you for the analysis. Could you clarify how you know the subsection scores? I see percentiles, but not the scores themselves. E.g it'l say you got a 93% in RC, but not a corresponding 40/41 (or whatever number).

Do you know what percentiles correspond to each score? Thanks.


You are welcome. The report includes this information in the big blue boxes titled "Summary".
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