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I score 10 correct but it gives me 9 points out of 10. Can I please know my approximate math score through this

Hi Shivang,

The GRE Diagnostic test is meant to give you a general sense of what you need to improve and how long you should study, but unfortunately it is not enough information to determine your approximate math score. Magoosh students with Premium accounts have access to a score estimator that helps them to track their progress, but we are only able to estimate this once the student has answered over 100 questions–we need more information about your skills and knowledge first!

However, this high score is a good indicator of success on the quant section. Not many students can achieve such a high score on our diagnostic test, so this means that you are already comfortable with many of the quant concepts that will come up in the GRE. For a more more accurate score prediction, I recommend that you complete one of the free ETS Powerprep tests. It is made by the test-makers, so it gives you the best score prediction possible!

I got a 9 out of 10, but I have a qualm with the phrasing of question 2 (surprising that it’s the question I missed, I know). For this kind of question, wording is important. I often try to simplify “scenario” questions into purely mathematical terms, and I read “the average price of a home in both County X and Y is 265,000” to mean “the price of a home which occupies both counties.”

Speaking in purely logical terms, it now seems obvious that a home cannot be in two counties at the same time, but consider this seemingly similar question:

“The average height of people with green eyes is 62 inches. The average height of people with brown hair is 67 inches. The average height of a person with both green eyes and brown hair is 64 inches. Choose the most appropriate response:

A) The number of people with green eyes is greater

B) The number of people with brown hair is greater

C) The number of people with green eyes is equal to the number of people with brown hair

D) There is not enough information given to determine any of the above.

The proper response to the above question would be D. Wording is very important when constructing and interpreting questions.

Hi David,

I understand your concern here, but we also must use logic to answer these questions. Specifically, the meaning of these questions changes based on the context and information given. In the hair/eyes example, you are not talking about mutually exclusive events. A person can have both green eyes AND brown hair, they can have one feature and not the other, or they can have neither feature. This means that there are people who are included in the green eye group and the brown hair group that are not included in the combined group, which makes it impossible to tell how many people are actually in each group.

In the case of the the home prices, all of the homes are contained in either County X or County Y, and the combined average includes ONLY the houses in County X and Y. There are no homes in either county that aren’t included in the average of either county, or in the combined average. This means that this is a question of weighted averages, and since the combined average price is closer to the average price of County X, (A) is the correct answer.

Again, I can see your point here and I am going to send this question to our content improvement team to see if we can change the wording to “combined” instead of “both”. However, it is likely that you will see questions like this on the GRE that require logical thinking. It’s important to think about the context of the question and consider the logic of the information you are given.

Lol it gave me 9/10 cuz i entered 0.4 instead of 2/5 lol

Hi Moe,

Great job on the 9/10!! Yes, because the question stated “Give your answer as fraction.”, you would need to provide the answer in fraction form to get full marks. Nonetheless, great job! 😀

I know it’s a very rough shot but if you get all 10 correct on this what approximate score would you say on quant?

This is very rough, since it isn’t a full section. But if you got 10/10 you are on track for a 164+ score! 🙂

Thank you! Now I just need to make sure to not put 2*2 as 6… 🙁

How do these questions stack up to the ones on the GRE?

Hi Vandon,

We think they stack up well (and so do our statistical comparisons) but I am letting this question sit for other students to weigh in, too. Their opinions will probably be more valuable for you than ours. 🙂