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I took the last one of my Princeton online CAT yesterday, I thought I did fairly well, but was surprised to a low math score. I got more questions correct on this CAT than the last, but I did leave the last question unanswered since I coudln't click fast enough. It intrigues me to compare the scores of my last CAT and this one:

CAT1, Math 47, Right=30 Wrong=7 Unanswered=0 81% 0%

CAT2, Math 42, Right=31 Wrong=5 Unanswered=1 84% 3%

The wrong answers were not in the beginning of the order list. So is it right to assume that leaving even 1 question unanswered will cause a significant drop in score?

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