64, of course. Unless you mean how many can you miss and still pass... 70% of 64 is 44.8, so you need 45 to pass so you can miss 19.
If the TABE test has 90 questions, how many I can miss to pass the test?
22 of them for a 75% pass rate providing that the remaining 66 questions are all correct
You can miss all of them, if you like! You will fail miserably, but you did not say you wanted to pass!
If C is passing and its a 10 point scale then.. you can only miss 18 questions.
You can get 60 questions wrong and get a 70 percent but if you get 61 wrong you are at a 69.5 percent.
If you miss 10 questions, you will get a 60%. This is usually the lowest passing score.
35 x 80% = 28
You would need to answer 52 questions correctly out of 73 to pass with a 71%. That means you could miss a total of 21 questions.
It depends on the pass rate.
To get a 70 to pass the test you can miss 37 questions.
-- Take the percent you need to pass the test. If you don't know what that number is, ask the teacher. -- Subtract the passing number from 100 . -- Multiply the result by 0.9 . -- Now you have the number of questions you can miss and still pass the test. -- But only if all the ones that you do answer are correct!
You can miss 31.5 questions. 105*70%(.70)=73.5 105-73.5= 31.5
If you think there is one universal pass percentage for the worlds education system... look less to A and more to F
To get seventy percent or better on a quiz of 16 questions one needs 11.2 answers correctly answered. So it is best not to miss 4 but definitely not to miss 5 or more. This answer is arrived at by taking the 16 questions and multiplying by .70 (70 percent) or 16 x .70 = 11.2.
Probability of pass on second attempt is 40% x 80% = 32%
The answer to this question depends on how many questions there are in total. Let's say you have a test of 50 questions your break point would be 25, so anything below that is a D or F.