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Q: How may questions can you miss out of 73 to pass with 71 percent?

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You have the right to miss all 80.

You can miss 15 but then must get every one correct.

The test is very easy to pass if you just focus and have general knowledge, some questions you may have to know, but its an easy guess.

That depends on the test itself. Some tests (for example a psychometric test) have no pass mark as such and the questions may not have any right or wrong answers.

Miss May I was created in 2006.

The answer depends on how many you get correct. You may not get 70% even if answer all and you miss out none.70% of 25 = 17.5 so you must get 18 correct.The answer depends on how many you get correct. You may not get 70% even if answer all and you miss out none.70% of 25 = 17.5 so you must get 18 correct.The answer depends on how many you get correct. You may not get 70% even if answer all and you miss out none.70% of 25 = 17.5 so you must get 18 correct.The answer depends on how many you get correct. You may not get 70% even if answer all and you miss out none.70% of 25 = 17.5 so you must get 18 correct.

Don't you mean Miss May I? And if you do then No

Just multiply 0.84 times 25. That is, assuming all questions have the same weight; in some exams, some questions may be worth more than others.

No more than 11. You may have a problem if it's a math test.

As of 2012, the band Miss May I is 6 years old. It was formed in 2006 (:

51 questions is 85% of 60 questions. Divide 51 by 60, then multiply by 100 to get the percentage (%). 51/60 = 0.85 x 100 = 85% (you may notice that 51/60 = 17/20, and multiplying by 5/5 gives you the same answer)

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