# GMAT Accuracy percentage

Hi All, I was wondering if any one has done any analysis on how much should be the accuracy level in Verbal section to cross the 700 Mark. what trend i have seen is if you have Q = 50 or 51 the any thing above 33 in Verbal will fetch you 7…

Hi All,

I was wondering if any one has done any analysis on how much should be the accuracy level in Verbal section to cross the 700 Mark.
what trend i have seen is if you have Q = 50 or 51 the any thing above 33 in Verbal will fetch you 700. But the question is how much should be the accuracy level to get 33 and above.

After looking at the post of certain high scores like 770(Q50 V46)
and 780(Q51 V47) one thing which confuses me is all have mentioned that there will be around 42-44 question in the verbal section. then how come there score for verbal is 46 and 47. I know that except GMAC no one exactly know the scoring procedure but those who have already given the exam can tell us from there Experience.

Again some one may say keep the target of 90% accuracy and you will achieve it but i was curious in knowing the lower limit for crossing 700.

Thanks,
Gaurav

Hi All,

I was wondering if any one has done any analysis on how much should be the accuracy level in Verbal section to cross the 700 Mark.
what trend i have seen is if you have Q = 50 or 51 the any thing above 33 in Verbal will fetch you 700. But the question is how much should be the accuracy level to get 33 and above.

After looking at the post of certain high scores like 770(Q50 V46)
and 780(Q51 V47) one thing which confuses me is all have mentioned that there will be around 42-44 question in the verbal section. then how come there score for verbal is 46 and 47. I know that except GMAC no one exactly know the scoring procedure but those who have already given the exam can tell us from there Experience.

Again some one may say keep the target of 90% accuracy and you will achieve it but i was curious in knowing the lower limit for crossing 700.

Thanks,
Gaurav

U should have asked this question in GMAT Query center instead of unnecessarily opening a new thread .