If you score 1 per question, then you can miss out -40. If you score 10 per question, then you can miss out 104. If you score 100 per question, then you can miss out 118.
The answer to how many questions you can miss (assuming each question is worth 1 mark) is given below: ((100-90)/100) * 125 = 12.5 questions. You must round this down unless you can be awarded half marks. Assuming no half marks are awarded you can miss up to 12 questions on a 125 question test and score 90% or more.
If they all count the same, that's 67% right.
You didn't provide enough information ! HOWEVER - assuming you meant you need 70%, and each question is 1 mark, then you need to answer 14 questions correctly.
You would get a 94% for a grade which is typically going to be an A.
you get 20% if you get 1 out of 5 questions.
each question, if equal points per question, is 1/1.10 = 0.9 points; you need to answer 77 questions out of 110 correctly to score a 70
Assuming each question is worth 1 mark, 78% of 32 = 78/100 × 32 = 24.96 As it is unlikely that you will get 0.96 of a question/mark, you will need to get 25 questions right to guarantee getting 78% - you will actually get 78⅛ % which would be rounded to 78% to the nearest whole percentage.
If you're awarded 1 mark per question, and you got 77%, you missed roughly 25% of the questions, which is 15
On the SAT, there will be 1 essay question, 49 writing questions, 54 mathematics questions, and 67 critical reading questions that count towards your score. So, there is a total of 170 SAT test questions.
You can get at most 22 questions wrong, otherwise you will score less than 70 %. To get 70% right you can get 100 % - 70 % = 30 % wrong 30% of 75 = 30/100 x 75 = 22.5 I assume you can't get 1/2 a question wrong, so you can get at most 22 questions wrong otherwise you will score less than 70 %.
If you score 7 out of 8 you have a percentage score of 87.5%.
It depends on how many points each question is worth. If they are worth 1 point, 30, 2 points, 15, etc...
A very small number, less than 1% (you can actually miss several questions and still get a perfect 36).
As a percentage it is 80%
If there are 10 questions on the test then they are each worth 10 point to make a total of 100. If you miss one question, then you got 9 right (10 - 1 = 9) so 9 times 10 would be a grade of 90.
The same way you grade any test - you add up how many questions the student got correct and then divide that by the total number of questions. In order to change that into percentage, you then multiply that number by 100.For example, if someone got 92 out of 110 questions right, their score would be 92/100 = 0.836 x 100 = 83.6 percent.
11/12 right = 92%