If all the questions are worth the same and the whole test is 100 points, then each question is worth 12.5 points
If the test is worth 100 points, each question would be worth approximately 2.86 points.
You can only miss 16 points on a 100 point test in order to get an 84%. If the questions are worth 2 points EACH, you can miss 8. If the questions are worth 4 points each, you can only miss 4 questions.
You cannot know that. If you are told the total number of points for the test, you know (or count) the number of questions and you are told that each question is worth the same number of points then, and only then, each question is worth (total points/number of questions) points.
Assuming the test is 100 points total, if you had 40 questions each would be worth 2.5 points. With only 39, each is worth slightly more than that, but a teacher might decide to make them 2.5 points each to simplify the math and just give you 2.5 free points for showing up.
It depends on how many points each question is worth. If they are worth 1 point, 30, 2 points, 15, etc...
There would be (8) 5 point questions and (30) 2 point questions for a total of 38 questions and 100 points.
5% of the total test score per question.
Each basketball is worth 2 points.
Each goal is worth ten points.
if one of the questions is a bonus it is 2 points each
points each question worth on 8 question exam?
points is each question worth on a 12 question exam?
10 questions normally for books with 19 and under points 20 questions for books worth 20 and over points!
There's no answer if no total points.
That will depend on the points awarded to each question.
Making the totally unjustified and quite possibly unlikely assumption that all questions are worth the same number of marks, each question would be worth 1/18 of the total number of points.
If all questions are weighed evenly, they would be worth 4 points each. But a good teacher would weigh each question differently on most tests.
On a scale of 100 and all questions the same points, each question is 100/80 = 1.25 points eachAnswer:As points per question is the teacher's prerogative one question could be worth all the points with remaining 79 worth nothing. Some tests start off with an "Instructions" section which directs student to read all of the questions first, before answering any. The next to last question instructs the student to only do the last question.
Up to 800 points can be earned in each section of the SAT.
You have "30" 2 point questions and = 60 points, and "10" 4 point questions which = 40 so 60+40= 100 (check)
The point are worth for 1 point EACH GOAL.
to find any grade ever no matter how many questions there are, as long as theyre all worth the same. Plug in the numbers: number of questions you got right divided by the number of questions on the exam and then multiple by 100. You got a 75