you can't answer the question if you don't know how many total questions there are
The answer will depend on the total score for the test and whether or not all the questions are score the same.
Each question is worth 2.5 percent. You can get 8 wrong.
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%.
In order to score 80% on a test with 30 questions, you must give 6 wrong answers. You can do it!
Assuming the questions are all weighted the same, you can miss 5 and score 90%.
If you miss 6 questions you will get an 85% on a 40 question test. To calculate various test score questions, simply divide the number of correct answers by the number of total questions. For example, on your particular question, if you divide 34 (the number of correct answers) by 40 (the total number of test questions), the answer is .85, or 85%.
You can miss 10% of questions, or 12 questions
30/100*25 =7.5 so you must not get more than 7 questions wrong to score 70%
You can get 60 questions wrong and get a 70 percent but if you get 61 wrong you are at a 69.5 percent.
The answer depends on how many of the ones that you do are correct and whether there are any penalties for wrong answers.
In order to score 95% or better, you must answer at least 76 questions correctly. We're hoping it's not a math test.
Providing that all the other questions are correct then it is 9 questions
If you score 1 per question, then you can miss out -40. If you score 10 per question, then you can miss out 104. If you score 100 per question, then you can miss out 118.
You can't get exactly 70 percent, because that would be 11.1 questions wrong out of 37. If you miss 11 or fewer questions your score will be above 70%; if you miss 12 or more questions your score will be below 70%. This assumes the test is more or less "straight"; if it's scored like, say, the SAT (where leaving a question blank does not reduce your score by as much as answering incorrectly) then we'd need to know the exact details of how the test is scored.
In order to score an 80 percent on a 70 question test, one can afford approximately 14 errors. This question can be calculated by taking 56 divided by 70,which equals 0.8. Take 0.8 and multiply that by 100 to get 80.
72/.75 = 96
You can get 63 questions wrong and get 70%.
It is good. That is a B. To tell you what the score was I would need to know How many questions there were. but your percentage score is 80%. Hope I helped!
In order to score exactly 70% on a test with exactly 70 questions ... if every questionis worth the same credit ... you have to get 21answers wrong. You can do it.