45.4545.. % wrong.
She "missed" (erroneously answered) 16.92 % of the answers (11/65). She correctly answered 83.08 % of the answers (54/65). === === To get the answer, divide 11 by 65, which will give you .1692, which is equal to 16.92 percent. Round up to 17%, which means she made a score of 83 on the test.
At least 11. 30 questions right would be 75% and 29 would be 72.5%, which would round up to 73%.
Not more than 11.
You can't get exactly 70 percent, because that would be 11.1 questions wrong out of 37. If you miss 11 or fewer questions your score will be above 70%; if you miss 12 or more questions your score will be below 70%. This assumes the test is more or less "straight"; if it's scored like, say, the SAT (where leaving a question blank does not reduce your score by as much as answering incorrectly) then we'd need to know the exact details of how the test is scored.
No more than 11. You may have a problem if it's a math test.
Divide how many questions you got right (11) by how many questions total there was (14). Then multiply it by 100. 11/14=0.78....... 0.78 x 100=78 YOUR ANSWER IS 78%
68 right out of 79 is 86 percent. Sounds like a "B."
11/25 ~ 0.44 44% of wrong answers
You need to divide 3 / 14, then multiply the result by 100 to get percent. That gives you the percentage of wrong answers.Note that if you want the percentage of RIGHT answers, divide 11 / 14, then multiply by 100 to get percent.
you can get either 80 questions in the test or u can have 85