You can miss 10% of questions, or 12 questions
The answer to how many questions you can miss (assuming each question is worth 1 mark) is given below: ((100-90)/100) * 125 = 12.5 questions. You must round this down unless you can be awarded half marks. Assuming no half marks are awarded you can miss up to 12 questions on a 125 question test and score 90% or more.
To get exactly 90% you need to miss 5.6 questions.
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.
There's like 46 questions. You can miss 7.
Simply multiply 75 by .3 to get your answer: You can miss 22.5 questions and still get a "C-"
The answer depends on not just how many you miss out but also, of the ones that you do answer, how many you get correct.
24 of them.
If the TABE test has 90 questions, how many I can miss to pass the test?
Providing that all the other questions are correct then it is 9 questions
If C is passing and its a 10 point scale then.. you can only miss 18 questions.
75% of 42 = .75 x 42 = 32 questions right; you can miss 42-32 = 10 questions to get a 75
You can miss 7 but then MUST get all the rest correct.
Assuming the questions are all weighted the same, you can miss 5 and score 90%.
24 of them.
6 of them.
.8 x 30 = 24 so you can miss 6 questions