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# How do you convert no of mistakes to actual score

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14 Apr 2005, 16:18
This question may seem stupid to most of you. I was just wondering on the score key. What does V? Q? refer to. Does 51 mean no mistakes.

I took a PR Test 1. I got 3 wrong on Q and 6 wrong on V how do I convert this to a score? There was no score key on the book.

Your help will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Anirban

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14 Apr 2005, 22:42
There's a score key at the last page of the OG

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15 Apr 2005, 08:22
Yes,

But doesn't the score also depend on where the mistakes are made, and the level of difficulty of the question? So, making two people who make 5 each make 5 mistakes could have different scores...at least this is my interpretation of how the scoring works.

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17 Apr 2005, 18:11
I would be more concerned to make sure I understand why I got the question wrong. Learn the concept given in the solution and make sure you can reproduce that when you see a similar question.

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# How do you convert no of mistakes to actual score

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