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GMAT 1: 750 Q49 V42

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18 Feb 2003, 02:12
I just found this nice little table from one of the Chinese forums.
The person claimed that he/she doublechecked them. I hope that's true.
I assume, the author did not distingish Verbal and Math.

--- -10 - 15 - 20 - 25 - 30 - 35 - 40 - 45 - 50
--------------------------------------------------------
10 | 210 260 300 330 360 400 430 470 500

15 | 260 300 330 360 400 430 470 500 550

20 | 300 330 360 400 430 470 500 550 580

25 | 330 360 400 430 470 500 550 580 610

30 | 360 400 430 470 500 550 580 610 650

35 | 400 430 470 500 550 580 610 650 690

40 | 430 470 500 550 580 610 650 690 720

45 | 470 500 550 580 610 650 690 720 760

50 | 500 550 580 610 650 690 720 760 800

Last edited by bb on 13 May 2003, 14:16, edited 1 time in total.

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13 May 2003, 01:40

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13 May 2003, 14:40
sm176811 wrote:

Basically, on top and on the left are the raw scores for math or verbal. Unfortunately the author did not say which were which, but it looks from distribution that it does not matter which are which.
The whole matrix are the GMAT Scores.

However, this does not match my score: 49, 42, 750...
So, it is a little flaky, but I thought maybe somebody could suck something out of this.

I have a question to everybody now:

I want to create a GMAT Score predictor; some system that based on
your PR, Kaplan or PP scores coudl predict your final GMAT Score. THe
difficulty, however is how to create something like this. I am
speaking about the interface and the model.

There are two ways, basically - (1)averages and (2)one by one.

1. Average is dumb and I am not a fan of it.

2. In the second case, one could get the distribution of real gmat
scores that match let's say Kaplan's and PR's scores with an 80%
estimate, ogive, or other Statistics Info.... and it is also possible
to have an average included....

What do you think?

Any additions? Corrections? Gravedigger will build the system...

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14 May 2003, 09:19
Let's use Chudnovsky's database to statistically analyze the corellations betw. the scores. Does it have data on Kaplan/PP tests? I believe it does...

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14 May 2003, 12:26
gravedigger wrote:
Let's use Chudnovsky's database to statistically analyze the corellations betw. the scores. Does it have data on Kaplan/PP tests? I believe it does...

No, it does not

I think we can integrate the feature into the grand member database. I just thougth about it.

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14 May 2003, 12:38
bb,

Averages are not a true representation, but chances are that a lot of data will be incomplete. ie not everyone will have done Kaplan, Acro, PR, PP etc

GMAT score predictor is a good idea.

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14 May 2003, 15:41
tzolkin wrote:
bb,

Averages are not a true representation, but chances are that a lot of data will be incomplete. ie not everyone will have done Kaplan, Acro, PR, PP etc

GMAT score predictor is a good idea.

I know, but the majority has Kaplan, PR and PP results...

I don't really care about ARCO or such. Anyway, I support you in protesting the averages.

bb

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14 May 2003, 15:41
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