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02-19-2014
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What is the accuracy?

What is the accuracy to get 250 in real exam?
I heard someone said that 90% accuracy=250 80%=240. Is that true?

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02-19-2014
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 Originally Posted by bj112358 What is the accuracy to get 250 in real exam? I heard someone said that 90% accuracy=250 80%=240. Is that true?
As far as i know it depends on so many facts. The calculation of score is very complicated. You cant basically say this accuracy gives this score.
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