Calculate GMAT in 5 Easy Steps
Calculating your GMAT score can be a tedious and complicating task. You are provided with dozens of sections without a proper guideline from GMAT on how the given data affects your final score. For someone who has just gone through the GMAT test, the inability to calculate the score can come as a disappointment if not a big thumbs down. Well, here is a breakdown of five easiest ways you can use to obtain your final GMAT score without breaking a sweat.
Usually, the GMAT score will report the following data.
1. Integrated Reasoning score (integer from 1 to 8)
This is the score from your reasoning test; you will be given this score immediately after you clear the test.
2. Your Quantitative Score (0 – 60), with percentile
This is commonly referred to as a scaled score. You will get this result immediately after finishing your test.
3. Your Total GMAT Score (200 – 800), with percentile
This chart can give you your correct GMAT score (200-800) using your verbal and quant scores
4. AWA Score (half-integers from 0 to 6), with percentile
5. Your Verbal Score (0 – 60), with percentile
If you have been wondering how your quant and verbal score have been converted into scores of over a hundred, then, the chart below will solve your puzzle. The chart contains the number of correct scores, the scaled score, and the percentile.
The above chart maps the percentile score for each score.
Using the above tables, you can calculate your GMAT score from your verbal score and the scaled quant score.