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.
There's no answer if no total points.
That will depend on the points awarded to each question.
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.
If you took a test with 130 questions on them each question would value approximately 1.3 points per question.
5 points, if all questions are being given equal marks.
If you have 100 points and 50 questions, you take 100 points divided by 50 questions, so you can see how many points each question is, which would be 2 points per question. If you got 45 questions right, multiple 45 by 2 and you get 90%.
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.
It depends on how many points each question is worth. If they are worth 1 point, 30, 2 points, 15, etc...
each question, if equal points per question, is 1/1.10 = 0.9 points; you need to answer 77 questions out of 110 correctly to score a 70
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.
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.
Questions on a test do not always have the same point value. The answer cannot be determined.
5% of the total test score per question.
2.381 points each
if one of the questions is a bonus it is 2 points each
points is each question worth on a 12 question exam?
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.
As many points as the person who designed the test wants. And they need not be the same for each question, either.
3 25 will go into 100 4 times evenly. So, each question is worth 4 points each. If you make an 88, you missed 12 points. Since 3 x 4 = 12, you would have to miss 3 questions to make an 88.
IF the test totals up to 100 points, AND IF every question carriesthe same score, then each question gets 22/9 points.
On a 22 question test, if you miss one question (wich can be written as 21/22 -- 21 divided by 22), you will have a 95.45, an A, according to a calculator. So, 100-95.45 (100 minus 95.45) is about 4.55: therefore, on a 22 question test, each question is worth about 4.55 points. :)