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Guys...today i gave me verbal test(6th one)...I did 29 right out of 41....but i don't know how to interpret this score from GMAT point of view...in terms of score out of 60 . I even don't know if it is a CAT . Help me out.
My percentile is 38% . I felt low after seeing this . is it reflective of the actual %tile in GMAT...?

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The absolute number of questions out of 41 is not something easily convertible into a score out of 60. That conversion depends on which questions you got right and wrong, how many in a row etc
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Raths wrote:
Guys...today i gave me verbal test(6th one)...I did 29 right out of 41....but i don't know how to interpret this score from GMAT point of view...in terms of score out of 60 . I even don't know if it is a CAT . Help me out.
My percentile is 38% . I felt low after seeing this . is it reflective of the actual %tile in GMAT...?


Hi Rath, welcome to gmat club.

I think you are talking about gmat club verbal tests. These tests are not CAT but a good source for practice. Check this link out for more information on club verbal tests
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If you want to have a feeling of your real abilities, I will recommend you gmat prep. Just take one test to check your abilities. This is the most accurate reflector. Check out this link.
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