This tool helps you convert your raw GMAT scores into their corresponding scaled values.

## How to Use the GMAT Score Calculator

To use the GMAT Score Calculator, enter your Quantitative and Verbal scores in the specified fields. Click on the “Calculate” button to get your total GMAT score.

## Calculation Method

The calculator uses a predefined mapping of Quantitative and Verbal scores to determine the total GMAT score. This mapping is based on composite score tables that convert sectional scores to a total score ranging from 200 to 800.

## Limitations

The current implementation includes a limited set of score mappings. It is advisable to consult official GMAT score conversion charts or tools for a comprehensive and accurate total score.

## Use Cases for This Calculator

### Calculate GMAT Total Score

Enter your Verbal and Quantitative section scores to calculate your total GMAT score. The calculator will add the two scores, convert them to the GMAT point scale, and provide you with the total score.

### Estimate Composite Score Based on Practice Test Scores

If you have taken practice tests, input your scores in the calculator to estimate your potential composite GMAT score. This will help you gauge your readiness for the actual exam.

### Compare Your Scores with Average GMAT Scores

Insert your Verbal and Quantitative section scores along with your total score to compare them with the average GMAT scores. This will give you a perspective on how you stand relative to other test-takers.

### Calculate the Percentile Ranking of Your Score

Input your total GMAT score to determine your percentile ranking among test-takers. The calculator will show you what percentage of candidates you have outperformed.

### Track Progress by Recording Multiple Exam Attempts

Record your GMAT scores from multiple attempts to track your progress over time. Input each attempt’s scores to see how your performance has evolved.

### Set Target Scores for Each Section

Use the calculator to set target scores for the Verbal and Quantitative sections based on your desired total GMAT score. This will help you focus your study efforts effectively.

### Calculate Overall Exam Performance Based on Section Scores

Estimate your overall performance on the GMAT exam by inputting your scores for the Verbal, Quantitative, and Integrated Reasoning sections. The calculator will provide you with insights into your strengths and weaknesses.

### Estimate Score Increase Needed to Reach Target Total Score

If you have a target total GMAT score in mind, input your current total score to calculate how much you need to improve in order to reach your goal. This will help you strategize your study plan.

### Calculate the Weighted Average of Section Scores

Determine the weighted average of your Verbal and Quantitative section scores to understand how each section contributes to your overall GMAT score. This can help you prioritize your study focus.

### Plan Your Study Schedule Based on Target Scores

Input your target scores for each section and your current scores to generate a study schedule tailored to your needs. The calculator will suggest areas where you need improvement and allocate study time accordingly.