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sleepinxlionhar

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So I'm looking at the raw score conversions:
http://www.ada.org/prof/ed/testing/dat/raw_score_conversions.pdf

It's scary to see that you can't miss 3 or 4 to get at least a 21 for ochem and gchem :scared::scared::scared::scared:

but I'm surprised that you need to get 17 outta 50 on RC to get a 29, is that correct?? seems too good to be true. But yeah, the ochem and gchem scale is scary..

The chems seem about right i believe, but the RC on the conversion is only out of 17 questions because its correlated to the ADA sample test (which is just 1 passage)
 

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So I'm looking at the raw score conversions:
http://www.ada.org/prof/ed/testing/dat/raw_score_conversions.pdf

It's scary to see that you can't miss 3 or 4 to get at least a 21 for ochem and gchem :scared::scared::scared::scared:

but I'm surprised that you need to get 17 outta 50 on RC to get a 29, is that correct?? seems too good to be true. But yeah, the ochem and gchem scale is scary..

I believe that the raw score conversions depend on the exam since not all exam versions have the same difficulty giving rise to scores and percentiles differences.
 
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