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26 Nov 2005, 12:55
Friends,

I took powerprep today and the scaled score and %le algorithm scared me.
I just had 2 quant question incorrect, 11th and 25th but the scaled score was 49(93%).

Are we supposed to answer ALL questions correctly in order to get 50/51?

This is different from what I saw in GMAPPrep.

It is not practical to assume 100% accuracy.

Can someone share his/her experience on this pls?
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26 Nov 2005, 13:08
I believe 51 needs 100% correct...50 needs 1-2 incorrect, depends where the mistake is made....49 shud be 2-3 incorrect, again depends where u make the mistake. Be careful in first 15 questions as they weigh more than the last 15 questions.

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