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My exam is scheduled in exactly one hour. I am, by no means, an executive. I took the GMAT Online and the GRE at Home in the last few days, and wanted to end the note with EA.

abhimahna and bb are working on creating EA stuff on the forum, so this is my attempt at learning and helping them, while at the same time have some fun with the test.

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Did you do it Proctored Online? If so, how long did it take to get results?
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Hi Souvik,
I have been preparing for EA and planned to take it in April/20. Now, it seems I have to rely on on-line version of EA. I felt confident after scoring 160 consistently in the practice tests from the official prep. However, given that the whiteboard issue, I am not too sure how my scores will be affected.

If you can share your experience of using whiteboard and the negative impact on the scores, would be very helpful.

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I was hoping there would be some talk on the home version of Executive Assessment. I am in similar situation to
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Hi Souvik,
I have been preparing for EA and planned to take it in April/20. Now, it seems I have to rely on on-line version of EA. I felt confident after scoring 160 consistently in the practice tests from the official prep. However, given that the whiteboard issue, I am not too sure how my scores will be affected.

If you can share your experience of using whiteboard and the negative impact on the scores, would be very helpful.

Thanks


Heya, I took all four of the practice tests. My practice tests went from 153, 158, 165, 162. I ended up scoring a 160. I'd make sure you practice with a whiteboard app as not being able to use scratch paper was a big disruption to my "process". Also, really take the 12 minutes offered to learn how to use the interface, its a little different from practice test interface.
The proctor itself is pretty much not there (I assume they're watching, but I didn't realize it).
Otherwise it was nice to have the test at home.
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Hi Souvik101990,

Did you ever get the results? If so, then were you provided with a percentile or (even better) a percentile scale? There is not enough information out there about the scoring for the EA (Executive Assessment), so I'm curious to hear what a 99% GMAT scorer like yourself would score on the EA.

Below are my best guesses, if we map EA percentiles directly to GMAT Percentiles and assume the same scoring curve.

Until EA official score percentile information is provided by GMAC, we are left to postulate. Until then, however, I will be using a formula that I've derived [(EA score -100) x 6] + 200 to map EA scores to GMAT scores.

200 = 99% (800 equivalent)
195 = 99% (770 equivalent)
190 = 97% (740 equivalent)
185 = 90% (710 equivalent)
180 = 82% (680 equivalent)
175 = 73% (650 equivalent)
170 = 62% (620 equivalent)
165 = 51% (590 equivalent)
160 = 41% (560 equivalent)
155 = 32% (530 equivalent)
150 = 26% (500 equivalent)


etc. (all the way down to 100)

But the truth is that I have no idea because I have also heard that 150 is a good score, for example, and it's entirely possible that the percentiles for the EA are completely different.

Thanks for your continued contributions--you're a scientist!

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Hi Souvik101990,

Did you ever get the results? If so, then were you provided with a percentile or (even better) a percentile scale? There is not enough information out there about the scoring for the EA (Executive Assessment), so I'm curious to hear what a 99% GMAT scorer like yourself would score on the EA.

Below are my best guesses, if we map EA percentiles directly to GMAT Percentiles and assume the same scoring curve.

Until EA official score percentile information is provided by GMAC, we are left to postulate. Until then, however, I will be using a formula that I've derived [(EA score -100) x 6] + 200 to map EA scores to GMAT scores.

200 = 99% (800 equivalent)
195 = 99% (770 equivalent)
190 = 97% (740 equivalent)
185 = 90% (710 equivalent)
180 = 82% (680 equivalent)
175 = 73% (650 equivalent)
170 = 62% (620 equivalent)
165 = 51% (590 equivalent)
160 = 41% (560 equivalent)
155 = 32% (530 equivalent)
150 = 26% (500 equivalent)


etc. (all the way down to 100)

But the truth is that I have no idea because I have also heard that 150 is a good score, for example, and it's entirely possible that the percentiles for the EA are completely different.

Thanks for your continued contributions--you're a scientist!

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Your percentiles seem off, mcelroytutoring... sorry.

abhimahna did an analysis on this thread: https://gmatclub.com/forum/executive-as ... 22683.html

My score comes to a 98th percentile which aligns with my GMAT and GRE scores. Reposting abhimahna's chart

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mcelroytutoring wrote:
Hi Souvik101990,

Did you ever get the results? If so, then were you provided with a percentile or (even better) a percentile scale? There is not enough information out there about the scoring for the EA (Executive Assessment), so I'm curious to hear what a 99% GMAT scorer like yourself would score on the EA.

Below are my best guesses, if we map EA percentiles directly to GMAT Percentiles and assume the same scoring curve.

Until EA official score percentile information is provided by GMAC, we are left to postulate. Until then, however, I will be using a formula that I've derived [(EA score -100) x 6] + 200 to map EA scores to GMAT scores.

200 = 99% (800 equivalent)
195 = 99% (770 equivalent)
190 = 97% (740 equivalent)
185 = 90% (710 equivalent)
180 = 82% (680 equivalent)
175 = 73% (650 equivalent)
170 = 62% (620 equivalent)
165 = 51% (590 equivalent)
160 = 41% (560 equivalent)
155 = 32% (530 equivalent)
150 = 26% (500 equivalent)


etc. (all the way down to 100)

But the truth is that I have no idea because I have also heard that 150 is a good score, for example, and it's entirely possible that the percentiles for the EA are completely different.

Thanks for your continued contributions--you're a scientist!

-Brian


Hey mcelroytutoring ,

Thank you for the questions. We did intensive analysis about this exam and found that the maximum you can score is 174 and the minimum is 126. This article Everythng about EA will help you know more about it.

Feel free to add your questions there and I will be happy to answer them. :)
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Oh, wow--great research, everybody! I am feeling enlightened :please:

Seriously, though, who would have thought that a test that is supposedly scored from 100-200 (a 100-point range, obviously) is actually scored from 126 to 174 (a 48-point range)? Leave it to GMAC.

I have tutored students for the EA before, since the questions are the same as the GMAT, but I've always admitted to being totally confused about the scoring, and why my students haven't done as well as I thought on a test that supposedly has a maximum of 200 points. Now I see why.

Reminds me of the old GMAT days when GMAC used to insist that Q/V scores were out of 60 instead of 51 :lol:

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mcelroytutoring wrote:
Oh, wow--great research, everybody! I am feeling enlightened :please:

Seriously, though, who would have thought that a test that is supposedly scored from 100-200 is actually scored from 126 to 174 (a 48-point range)? Leave it to GMAC.

I have tutored students for the EA before, since the questions are the same as the GMAT, but I've always admitted to being totally confused about the scoring, and why my students haven't done as well as I thought on a test that supposedly has a maximum of 200 points. Now I see why.

Reminds me of the old GMAT days when GMAC used to insist that Q/V scores were out of 60 instead of 51 :lol:


Lol, you forgot to ask us mcelroytutoring :lol: :lol:

I hope it makes sense now and let us know if you have any other questions!
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