balderdash Posted October 29, 2011 Share Posted October 29, 2011 Wow, that is just amazing. I mean I get the logic of the new system, but when a perfect math score on the old system translates into a less than a perfect score, and by 4 points at that, on the new system, and a less than perfect verbal on the old system translates into a perfect score on the new system, you know there is/was something wrong with one or the other. I guess percentiles were always the most important measure and now finally after all these years they have decided to reflect them in the actual scores Congrats on an outstanding score by the way. Thanks. I agree, it would seem they're focusing on percentiles now more than ever, which is good. A score means nothing except in relation to how your peers have performed. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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