Even if you assume the questions are all worth the same number of marks, the answer may well depend on the grade boundaries.
You can only miss 7 questions.
Calculate how many you did NOT miss, divide that by the total amount of questions, and multiply by 100 to get a percentage.This assumes (a) that the grades are expressed as a percentage, and (b) that all questions have the same weight.
you get an F according to all this math I did. PLease don't edit or change this. The answer is "B", as previously stated.
Assuming that all questions score equally, you can miss out at most 7. And then need to get them all correct.
86% is usually a B.
you can miss eight questions, and two signs.I missed 7 and didn't pass
If you miss 7 questions you fail the test.
There's like 46 questions. You can miss 7.
You can miss 7 but then MUST get all the rest correct.
If you score 7 out of 8 you have a percentage score of 87.5%.
You can miss 40. 80% of 200 = 160 questions right; 40 wrong
8+7 9+6 12+12 6+5 7+7
10 - 3 = 7 7 / 10 = .7 = 70%
If you miss 10 questions, you will get a 60%. This is usually the lowest passing score.
73%. To find out your grade, divide 100 by however many questions there are (in this case 26). Multiply the number you get by how many you got wrong (7). Then subtract the number you got from multiplying from 100. This is your score.
When I graded papers, no matter how many questions, I would mark the questions wrong that were wrong with checks. Then, to come up with a grade I would subtract the number possible with the number wrong. That would give me the total number right and from that you assign a grade to the paper.
If the answers are being graded on a 10 point each scale the grade would equate to a 70%.
You get 80%. The grade depends on the grade boundaries which are set by the examination board and may be varied for the purpose of standardisation.