22 questions can be wrong. This means that you would have to get 33 marks, which is 60%
40% were wrong.
45.4545.. % wrong.
You can get up to 150 questions wrong.
10 can be wrong and 30 right; 30/40 = 75%
In order to score exactly 70% on a test with exactly 70 questions ... if every questionis worth the same credit ... you have to get 21answers wrong. You can do it.
The answer depends on whether or not there are penalties (negative marks) for wrong answers. If not, then the answer is 30.
7 wrong out of 22 questions = 31.8% wrong. 15 correct out of 22 questions = 68.2% correct. I hope it wasn't a math test.
You could fail seven questions, and still meet the minimum mark required.
You can get them all wrong. You won't pass the test, but that is not a requirement of the question.
40-26=14 questions answered correctly. 14/40=.35 Therefore the percentage of the test would be 35%
You can only get 91% in a 50-question test if the questions are not all worth the same number of marks. And, if that is the case, more information is required in order to answer the question.
37 questions wrong gives you a 70.2% correct.
You need to get 40*60/100 = 24 correct, so you can get 40-24 = 16 wrong.
The question is, "What is 30% of 40?"is/of=%/100P/40=30/100100P=1200P=12You can miss 12 and get a 70% of the test.
I took a test that had 35 questions. I got a 91%, how many did I miss?
Six of them.
You can miss 40. 80% of 200 = 160 questions right; 40 wrong