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PA 22
QR 17
RC 25
BIO 20
GC 21
OC 21
TS 21
AA 21

...I am drunk...and happy with my scores, even if my QR is low I dont care, hopefully i will get in somewhere

GPA 3.8 sci and cumulative
 

Seenary

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How is it that a 20 in bio 21 chem and 21 org = 21ts, but a 19 bio, 22 chem, 22 orgo = 20 ts?
 

llungu

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its not the average of the three. TS has its own scale if you look on the conversion chart.
 
Jun 14, 2009
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bio weighes more.. 40 Q's
The scores do not have a linear relation to the number of correct answers. For example, assume that the range of incorrect answers:
22 (4-5 wrong)
21 (6-8 wrong)
20 (9-11 wrong)
19 (12-17 wrong).

It's possible that the 20/21/21 was an "almost" 21/ "almost" 22/ "almost" 22 and the 19/22/22 was a "Just barely" 19/ "just barely" 22/ "just barely" 22.

Since TS reflects the total questions answered correctly, the 20/21/21 had 6+6+9=21 incorrect and the 19/22/22 had 17+5+5=27 incorrect
 
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alright, i definitely posted my grades correctly.... the sheet explicitly says "the TOTAL SCIENCE score is a standard score based on all 100 questions in the Biology, General Chemistry, and organic chemistry tests. it is NOT the average of the three science standard scores."