## Introduction to GMAT Focus Scores

The GMAT™ Focus Edition employs a Total Score scale spanning from 205 to 805, with each Total Score ending in a 5. Within this scoring system, individual section scores vary between 60 and 90.

Total Score:
Score range: 205-805 in increments of 10

Quantitative Reasoning Score:
Score range: 60-90 in increments of 1

Verbal Reasoning Score:
Score range: 60-90 in increments of 1

Data Insights Score:
Score range: 60-90 in increments of 1

## Percentile Rankings

Percentile rankings provide insight into how your performance compares to that of other test takers. For instance, if you have a percentile ranking of 90%, it means that you scored higher than 90% of the other test takers, and only 10% of them scored higher than you. This is an indication of how well you performed in comparison to the other test takers. Additionally, percentile rankings can provide insight into how your performance compares to the average performance of the group. Using this same example, i If the average score for the group corresponds to the 70th percentile, a percentile ranking of 90% would indicate that you performed significantly better than the average.

Comparing percentile rankings allows you to understand your performance in the context of the GMAT Focus Edition, as it provides a more accurate measure of your relative performance compared to the previous GMAT Exam version. This is because percentile rankings are based on the performance of other test-takers, so they are not affected by changes in the exam format or difficulty level.