77/80 = 96%
80% or B
To get two wrong from 1 question is quite an achievement. I would imagine the outcome is not gradeable. That level of effort should certainly be worth two 'F's .
If you got 20 problems wrong on a 75 question test your grade would be 73% or a C. You can find that by subtracting the amount of questions you got wrong from the amount you got right, 55 in this case. Divide the amount of correct questions by the amount of questions on the test to get .733333. That is the grade.
At least 11. 30 questions right would be 75% and 29 would be 72.5%, which would round up to 73%.
You would have a 90%. It all depends on what grading scale your school uses. For some it would be an A (or A-) for others it would be a B+.
Providing all the other answers were correct then your grade would be 92%
You can get up to 150 questions wrong.
You would divide ten by fourteen. The answer would be 71.4%.
You can get them all wrong. You won't pass the test, but that is not a requirement of the question.
Your score would be 91.7% . Your letter-grade would be whatever the teacher decided to award for 91.7% . I'm just hoping it wasn't a math test.
The score would be 56%
83% or B
22 questions can be wrong. This means that you would have to get 33 marks, which is 60%
According to my grade calculator with a 60 question test your break point would be 30 for a D- and a 57 for an A+, so an 80% would 47 correct questions and that means you would get a B and that is missing 10 questions.
It depends on the test. Some tests penalise wrong answers, others don't.
I think it's 86%
You can fail if you get all the answers wrong if u have a test.
from the college cat test
Anything less than 7 is usually a failing grade.