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Q49 V34 =750 Q49 V34=690??? what???

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New post 28 Sep 2007, 20:57
Q49 V34 =750 Q49 V34=690??? what???


Im very confused on how this works now... Ive seen two posts on here that give these exact scores for Q and V, but have a very different overall score.

Maybe I could understand 740 and a 750, but how can these scores be 60 points apart with the same raw Q and V scores????

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New post 28 Sep 2007, 21:02
means someone is not being honest ;)

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New post 28 Sep 2007, 21:37
There is no way Q49 V34 is a 750, maybe it is a typo and should have been V44.

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Ya it was a typo by somebody.

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I just gave gmat prep1 CAT today.....did not complete the test...i missed the last 2 verbal questions......surprisingly,I got 710 (q-49,v-38).....the review showed that i got 11 questions wrong in each section......i.e got 26/37 & 28/39 right......is this possible?.....could someone please guide?. Is GMATPREP reasonable accurate?

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New post 01 Oct 2007, 01:51
jbs wrote:
I just gave gmat prep1 CAT today.....did not complete the test...i missed the last 2 verbal questions......surprisingly,I got 710 (q-49,v-38).....the review showed that i got 11 questions wrong in each section......i.e got 26/37 & 28/39 right......is this possible?.....could someone please guide?. Is GMATPREP reasonable accurate?


Well, GMATPrep score was pretty close to my test score, so I guess it's accurate.

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