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either be naturally gifted or talent in maths

be a serious and dedicated student

ask teachers for help when needed

do past papers

do independent studying

or if all else fails.....get a tutor!

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[(100x60) + (Tx40)]/100=Average, where T is you average on the other 40% of your grade. Example: your grade average is 90 before the test. You get a 100 on the big test. [(100x60) + 90x40)]/100 = [6000 + 3600]/100 = 96

What score did you get on the math test - a 100 percent or lower?

0.3 percent means (0.3/100) Using simple maths to shift the decimal point two places to the left we have 0.3% = 0.003

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12.5% of 300 = 300*12.5/100 = 37.5

[(100x60) + (Tx40)]/100=Average, where T is you average on the other 40% of your grade. Example: your grade average is 90 before the test. You get a 100 on the big test. [(100x60) + 90x40)]/100 = [6000 + 3600]/100 = 96

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You study very hard or overnight and you can get a 100% on the test next day!

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your average is currently 80 now if you get a 100 on the next test it will become a 90

The answer depends on the test or examination. Also, if the results are not normalised, then it can also depend on how other examinees did.

Whether you say 100 percent have or 100 percent has depends entirely on the context of the statement. Examples are: (1) Of the people attending the meeting, 100 percent have complained about high taxes. (2) Getting a test score of 100 percent has a lot to do with your success in being hired.

What score did you get on the math test - a 100 percent or lower?

0.3 percent means (0.3/100) Using simple maths to shift the decimal point two places to the left we have 0.3% = 0.003

the maximum marks alloted for the test.