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need an idea about the score distribution.

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New post 20 Dec 2003, 19:42
how many questions you need to get right, in quant and verbal, to score 49-50 and 42-44 respectively?

just need a vague idea.

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New post 22 Dec 2003, 01:49
I am not sure about verbal, cause 42-44 is not extreme case and a lot of variations possible. Depending on the complexity of failed questions one needs to get right 32-36 questions (???)

For Math you can get anything from 46-58 with just one mistake. It depends how soon one failed to answer. The later you do that single mistake, the higher you score.

Just an idea: if one fails only 2nd questions it maybe 46-47, if only 15th about 50, if only 37th score is about 56-58
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New post 22 Dec 2003, 03:54
Know no one who has more than 51 on either section
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New post 22 Dec 2003, 04:02
stolyar wrote:
Know no one who has more than 51 on either section


I don't know either. I believe if scale is 60, it should be possible to score 51-60. :?:
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New post 22 Dec 2003, 06:35
for verbal only:
i was curious b/c my practice tests score dropped to 35 with 5 wrong in total. think, only 1 was wrong in first 10.

i can't explain why..
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