Your Enhanced Score Report (ESR) displays how well you did on each question that contributed to your final score. Performance ranking by question type, Time management section, percentage of questions answered correctly—the ability to benchmark against other test takers from the past three years.
Please keep in mind that a small number of items are classified as experimental or non-operational, which means they are being tested for potential future use but do not affect your score on this test.
The Total Score on your ESR, like your GMAT Official Score, ranges from 200 to 800. Two-thirds of test takers score between 400 and 600. Verbal and quantitative scores range from 6 to 51 (scores below 6 and above 51 are uncommon). Although verbal and quantitative scores are on a fixed scale and can be compared across all GMAT test administrations, they cannot be compared to each other because they measure different constructs.
Your IR score is a single-digit number between 1 and 8.
The majority of Integrated Reasoning questions require more than one response. Because the questions are designed to assess how well you integrate data to solve complex problems, you must answer all questions correctly to receive full credit; no partial credit is given.
The ESR does not include your AWA score. It is calculated based on the information in your unofficial score report, which does not include the AWA score.
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