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 Author Topic Tasnuva Posted - 28 February 2008 7:52  I have scored 63.48% in 4test GMAT Exam, how much can i Expect in real GMAT? shashwat Posted - 21 April 2008 14:54  Id say bout 510 in the GMAT, which is below the average of the upper 1/3 of the total test takers. However the GMAT in actuality is a adaptive test and gets tougher as u get the answers right , i dont really think this test was adaptive . but dont worry all the best. ruchrucha Posted - 1 May 2008 6:51  hi i have got 54.23 in my math section ...this would be equal to wht gmat score? JMcCaffrey Posted - 1 May 2008 22:56  I got a 90.83% on the GMAT test. I wish they would provide a 200-800 equivalent score. angelw2612 Posted - 19 June 2008 2:39  I got 94.23%. How many scores I may expect to get in real exams? Ajo2000 Posted - 7 August 2008 12:29  I scored 100% & 94.23. I can't tell which id the overall score...how much would that be? ruschika Posted - 13 September 2008 4:51  i scored 87.6% how much woudl that be on the 800 scale?

this is the first time i took a mock test - how much improvement do people normally see after practicing for a couple of months? tsukahara05 Posted - 21 December 2008 16:53  Hey people... to figure out your GMAT equivalent, just do a ratio! (you should know this!) For, because you can safely assume that a perfect 100% on the practice test corresponds to about an 800 on the real GMAT....

do a ratio...

100/800 = your %/ X

where X will be approx = to your real GMAT score!

So, if you got a 90.83%, then

100/800 = 90.83/X.... so solving for X....
you get that your score is around 722.

Hope this helps! :) kellygre Posted - 1 September 2009 10:23  I got a 73.3% on the practice exam. Does anyone have a know the equivalent for a GRE score? bmay100 Posted - 22 September 2009 8:55  tsukahara05, shouldn't you also take into account that the score range begins at 200 and not zero. (i.e. missing every question would give you a score of 200 and not 0) This effectively means that it is 100/600=score/x. You would then need to add 200 points to x at the end to compensate for shifted scale.

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