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How to Calculate my score?

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Hi guys,
I just got my very first GMAT try result and it's really important to me because I'm in the stage to choose between either GRE or GMAT. (Have already taken the GRE and the result was horrible!)
Here is my result:
Q 29
V 28
I didn't complete the other two parts. So I'm not really sure how to calculate my score and where am I right now?
I have about 3 months since now, and I can allocate at least 45 hours each week for GMAT. Can I reach around 650-680?
EN is my second language by the way:-)

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New post 22 Sep 2017, 20:30
Farzaneh wrote:
Hi guys,
I just got my very first GMAT try result and it's really important to me because I'm in the stage to choose between either GRE or GMAT. (Have already taken the GRE and the result was horrible!)
Here is my result:
Q 29
V 28
I didn't complete the other two parts. So I'm not really sure how to calculate my score and where am I right now?
I have about 3 months since now, and I can allocate at least 45 hours each week for GMAT. Can I reach around 650-680?
EN is my second language by the way:-)
With Q29/V28, you're looking at 480-500. Although that's lower than the average GMAT score (~550), it's not a bad score at the beginning of your preparation. As regards how much you need to improve, you need to get from 25-26% to 75% (650) or 83% (680). A couple of other points to keep in mind:

1. The other sections (IR and AWA) don't contribute to the total score, so they won't affect the 200-800 score at all.

2. Practice test quality matters. Try to get a score estimate from a good test, preferably a GMATPrep, if you took some other test (I'm saying this because you seem not to have received a total score from the test you took).
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New post 23 Sep 2017, 10:20
Appreciate your response! Actually I took the test from GMAT.Kmf website and since I paused the test couple of times it didn’t give me final score. I was saying those GMATprep for the later time that I’m more prepared. Should I take it at the beginning?
So regarding the score that I got, do you guys think my target score is even realistic or what ?

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