you would have a 94
87% or B+
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.
I desperately hope it would be an F, but due to grade inflation that's probably a C by now.
63% or D
63% or D
80% or B-
83% or B
If you got 14 out 25 questions right you should get a 40. This is a low grade.
You would get a 77%. You do 14 (the amount you got right) divided by the total amount of questions (18). So 14/18 which equals 0.77777777...
67% or D+
67% or D+
70% or C-
90%, A*, A, 1st
75 percent or C plus
to find any grade ever no matter how many questions there are, as long as theyre all worth the same. Plug in the numbers: number of questions you got right divided by the number of questions on the exam and then multiple by 100. You got a 75
Getting 72 per cent right means if you had 100 questions you would have got 72 correct. Since there were half as many questions (50), you would have got half as many (36) correct.
You got 38 right.
Assuming you got every other questions right, 14 out of 25 is just over half (actually 56%). In many systems, this would be enough for a C-grade of some kind; in others, it may not be a passing grade, and therefore a D, E or F.
Take the number of questions you got right and divide that by the total number of questions. Then times it by 100. ex. You got 10 questions right out of a 25 question test. 10/25= 0.40 x 100 = 40%. That's pretty bad!
That's 82%. Different schools have different grading systems.
Subtract, to find out how many you got right. Then divide the right answers by the total questions, and multiply by 100. Note that this assumes:That the grade is calculated as a percentage.That all questions have the same "weight" or value.