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# How to calculate total scaled score?

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11 Sep 2005, 11:36
Hi Folks,

I've been working very hard on my GMAT, so I can get into my first choice school. You guys have been very helpful already, as I have already seen great improvement! I was taking a computer princeton review exam... and... just as I finish... BOOM, computer failure. I was able to see my scaled verbal and quant scores:

verbal:27
quant: 38

Is there any way I can calculate my total scaled score? Thanks very much for your help!

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12 Sep 2005, 04:48
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12 Sep 2005, 16:31
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12 Sep 2005, 20:06
Not sure how to calculate but Q38 and V around 30 should make your total score around 58% overall or around 560ish!
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12 Sep 2005, 20:57
Thats good to know. I started at a 480. Its good to see improvement. Thanks for the reply rahulraao.

Does anybody happen to have the formula that is used to calculate the total raw score from the individual raw scores?

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13 Sep 2005, 15:29
alex86,

I've also had some problems with the princeton software.
I don't know but maybe you can put in your score values on the
princeton website. Just try to do another test and see if your computer crashes. Your score values indicate that your probably just under the 600 level.

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14 Sep 2005, 19:06
alex86,

Download the score interpretation sheet (pdf) from the GMAT website. Its a handy file to have when approximating your score.

http://www.mba.com/mba/TaketheGMAT/Tools/InterpretingYourScores.htm
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16 Sep 2005, 10:15
vikramm,

Thanks for posting that link. It told me exactly what I needed to know.

Thanks to everyone else who helped me too!

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