37 questions wrong gives you a 70.2% correct.
You can get 60 questions wrong, which leaves you with 140 answers correct, giving you 70%.
No, sometimes i have noticed an answer that someone has sent and it has been totally wrong, but the majority of them are correct. The answers on this site are from ordinary people who happen to answer them. They are not necessarily experts, and many are kids. So the answers vary in correctness. Some people even answer questions intentionally wrong. This is of course a problem. There are many people working on correcting faulty questions and answers every day. This makes the site generally improve every day.
You can get 20 questions wrong.
Provided that all 150 exam questions are weighted equally, then 105 correct responses is 70%.
A test score of "90" represents the percentage of correct questions. Multiply this percentage by the total number of questions and you will have the number of questions correctly answered. Subtract this from the total to find answers wrong. 90% of 40 questions = .90 x 40 = 36 questions right. 40-36 = 4 answers wrong.
You need to get 40*60/100 = 24 correct, so you can get 40-24 = 16 wrong.
Answer 34 questions correctly, ignore the rest.
16/20 each question is 5% so 4 wrong and 16 correct.
The obvious answer would be 2 (9x2=18), but would be dramatically wrong as Rudolph would have had a score of -122 (5x28=140, 18-140=-122). The correct answer is 12 (9x12=108, 5x18=90, 108-90=18).
3/50 = 0,06 = 6 percent wrong, which means you get 100 - 6 = 94 % correct answers. Also it depends on how many you got wrong, so if you got 5 wrong you would get an 84.
The reason that websites such as Wikianswers have many incorrect or bad answers is because of who is allowed to answer or edit questions. Every user is given the right to answer questions that they feel fit for answering. Some users are not qualified and do not know how to access the correct information at times, which is the reasoning for answers being answered wrong.
It isn't always wrong. Many of the answers are correct and there are people who volunteer on the site to correct, delete, and take care of vandals. Sometimes the questions are incomplete, don't make sense, are not clear, or just can't be answered.
83. You may have typed the question wrong.
It mostly depends on the State but for instance in Pennsylvania you get asked 17 questions and you can only get 2 wrong.
You can get up to 150 questions wrong.
well you can go to answer right under ask and it will give you a list you can answers
Oh, but people do fix wrong answers. With how many questions are asked a day, not every question can be noticed, so sometimes wrong answers slip through the cracks. That's not to say every wrong answer isn't noticed - when a wrong answer is noticed, it's generally corrected, or sometimes, deleted altogether.
80%=80/100 80/100 x 50 questions = 40 correct answers. therefore 50 - 40 = 10 incorrect answers.
If all questions are weighted the same, then you could miss 17 questions, or 26/43 correct, and get a 60 % assuming that there are no penalties for wrong answers.
You can get 63 questions wrong and get 70%.
Each question is worth 2.5 percent. You can get 8 wrong.