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# how to score paper tests?

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30 Mar 2005, 09:02
I just received a pdf file that has multiple paper tests with the answers. unfortunately their is no directions on how to score the tests. can anyone explain how to score the paper exams?

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30 Mar 2005, 09:32
The grading scheme is not like that of actual 37Q 41V GMAT tests and should be written at the end of each paper test. Grading schemes differ from test to test and I'll have to look it up if you can't find it
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30 Mar 2005, 09:34
any idea on where id be able to look up the scoring?

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30 Mar 2005, 09:47
If you got the full pdf paper test format, it should have come along with the test. Other than that, what test # is it?
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30 Mar 2005, 09:56
someone sent it to me as a .rar and i extracted it. he has the filed labeled as tests 6-13. ill confirm this when i go home for lunch

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30 Mar 2005, 18:23
paul, the tests are labeled 6-13. if you need me to forward you the file feel free to private message me

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02 Apr 2005, 12:13
PT14:
PT25:
PT28:
PT31:
PT37:
PT42:
PT48:
PT52:
PT55:
The above are the only 9 existing disclosed paper tests. I would not know where 6-13 comes from.
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02 Apr 2005, 14:19
yeah it turns out they are just compilations of questions. no scoring system for them. oh well at least its extra practice

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