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07 Apr 2018, 10:54
My Target score is 620 , can someone please tell me how many quant and verbal questions should i get right in order to achieve this score.

Keeping in mind now that the quant has 31 questions and verbal is 36

Pls help.

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08 Apr 2018, 13:31
Nirenjan wrote:
My Target score is 620 , can someone please tell me how many quant and verbal questions should i get right in order to achieve this score.

Keeping in mind now that the quant has 31 questions and verbal is 36

Pls help.

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Hi,

There are various ways to achieve 620, jumping from increased verbal and decreased quant score and vice versa.
Meaning you can score 620 total with higher correct verbal than quant or higher quant than verbal and all possible incremental changes between them that in total sum to 620 total score.
So for a start what is more important for your program verbal or quant ? Or they are somewhat equally important ?
Or just total number matters no matter how you achieve it ?
I dont believe that anybody can tell you for sure with new scale 31/36 but I can tell you with old one and then assume by percentage comparison how that should be with new scale.
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