That would be 85% (30 divided by 35) which is normally a grade of B. If you only missed 3, you would have an A-.
71% or C-
Your score on a test is based on the number of questions answered correctly, so the score is 35/47 = about 75%. The letter grade for that score is completely the teacher's decision.
There are 35 questions
It is 70%
57% or F
Assuming that you want a percentage grade, you'll have 100 points on the test. If we also assume that all of the questions are equally weighted (that is, some questions aren't worth more points than others) each correct question will be worth 100/35 points, or about 2.86 points. That means that if a student answered 25 of the 35 questions correctly, she would have a score of 25 * 2.86, or 71.5% Alternately, you could find a simple percentage by simply dividing the number of correct questions by the total number of questions. In our case, that would be 25/35, or .714, or 71.4%
It is: 30/35 or 85.714% to 3 decimal places providing all answered questions were correct
-- Your score is 57 percent.-- Your grade depends on whatever the teacher decides is the grade for 57 percent.-- Personally, I can't imagine a teacher awarding a passing grade for a score of 57 percent.
40-26=14 questions answered correctly. 14/40=.35 Therefore the percentage of the test would be 35%
To get a 50% on the test, you need at least (50/100) * 35 = 17.5 questions correct. If half credit is not possible, you need to get at least 18 questions correct to get a score of at least 50%. A score of 17 will be just shy of 50%.
35 out of 40.
Wrong . . . . . 2.86% Correct . . . . 97.14%
I took a test that had 35 questions. I got a 91%, how many did I miss?
28/35 x 100 = 80 percent.
The percent that 35 is increased from 25 is (35 - 25) / 25 * 100, or 40 percent.
First sign test of around 15 of them And on rules of the road/ safety around 35
33 ÷ 35 = .94 (rounded off) To change a decimal to percentage, move decimal point 2 steps to the right. So .94 = 94 %
The score is 74%. The grade letter will depend on the grade boundary.
If the test is worth 100 points, each question would be worth approximately 2.86 points.
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There are 35 questions and you have to get 28 of them right. Study the book and you'll do fine, and if you think you need more practice look for a free online practice test. I've found one here at www.DrivingTests101.com
Not quite 75%. There are 35 questions on the Technician and General exams, of which 26 must be correct. There are 50 questions on the Amateur Extra exam, of which 37 must be correct.