Thursday, October 30, 2014

GRE/GMAT Quant Computer Adaptive Test

Adaptive tests are on the rise. These usually employ a ratchet function that increases the level of difficulty when a question is answered correctly, and presents easier questions when a question is answered incorrectly. The test then presents every candidate with the same number of questions in the allotted time, just scores easy, medium, and hard questions with different number of points each, and the final score is meant to represent one measure of the competence of the candidate in the area being tested.

Here is an example of an adaptive quant test of the type that is commonly administered to GRE and GMAT candidates. Try it for free!