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MBA.com mini GMAT Quiz result

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New post 02 Mar 2019, 06:06
Guys, I just took mba com's mini GMAT Quiz online & out of 8 questions I answered two questions were wrong.....but on published result sheet I see only one is right answer & my estimated score between 220-260........does this result referring to only one question being right or 6 out of eight is right but the questions were too easy (not to me though) & that's how they calculated the result ?

So, let's say that, I answered 6 correct from 8......what would be my score ? 220-260 or more ?

Please, let me know.

Thanks
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JognDoe101 wrote:
Guys, I just took mba com's mini GMAT Quiz online & out of 8 questions I answered two questions were wrong.....but on published result sheet I see only one is right answer & my estimated score between 220-260........does this result referring to only one question being right or 6 out of eight is right but the questions were too easy (not to me though) & that's how they calculated the result ?

So, let's say that, I answered 6 correct from 8......what would be my score ? 220-260 or more ?

Please, let me know.

Thanks


Hi, Instead of mini quiz, suggest you take full-length diagnosis test. It will give you a clear idea of where you are standing. Then you can start your preparation.
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JognDoe101 wrote:
Guys, I just took mba com's mini GMAT Quiz online & out of 8 questions I answered two questions were wrong.....but on published result sheet I see only one is right answer & my estimated score between 220-260........does this result referring to only one question being right or 6 out of eight is right but the questions were too easy (not to me though) & that's how they calculated the result ?

So, let's say that, I answered 6 correct from 8......what would be my score ? 220-260 or more ?

Please, let me know.

Thanks

mini quiz should not be confused with diagnostic tests.
mini quizes are a hint to tell you what variety of questions come in tests.
ex CR such as assumptions/strengthen
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Please don’t speculate anything yet. I would take a full diagnostic test and go from there.
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Hi JognDoe101,

Unfortunately, there is no practical way to use your results from a mini-quiz to estimate how you might perform on the Official GMAT. If you would like that type of assessment, then you will have to take a FULL-LENGTH CAT under realistic conditions. From your post, it is not clear whether you have taken any CATs yet or not. Before I can offer you the specific advice that you’re looking for, it would help if you could provide a bit more information on how you've been studying and your goals:

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JognDoe101 wrote:
Guys, I just took mba com's mini GMAT Quiz online & out of 8 questions I answered two questions were wrong.....but on published result sheet I see only one is right answer & my estimated score between 220-260........does this result referring to only one question being right or 6 out of eight is right but the questions were too easy (not to me though) & that's how they calculated the result ?

So, let's say that, I answered 6 correct from 8......what would be my score ? 220-260 or more ?

Please, let me know.

Thanks
Go through the explanations if you still can. The answers you marked will be shown there. If you got 6 questions correct, then of course the score estimate should be greater than 220-260. But, as the others have mentioned, the mini quiz is just a part of their marketing, and is not meant to generate a score estimate. Take a look at what they write below the score estimate:

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While high quality items are used, the reliability of this mini-GMAT is extremely low.

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New post 06 Mar 2019, 19:08
Hi JognDoe101,

I agree that you should take a practice GMAT to get an actual baseline score. Once you complete the practice exam, fee free to report back here with the score breakdown, and I can provide some further advice.

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