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Q: What is your score if you miss 12 out of 25?

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88%

Your score is 75.

92%

8/12 which is 67%

The "score" is the correct portion. That's 21/25 of the questions, or 84% .

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4/25 = 16/100 = 84%

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At most 68%. The exact value depends on how many of the ones that you did not miss out are correct!

If you miss 10 questions, you will get a 60%. This is usually the lowest passing score.

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.

25 - 8 = 17 Providing each of the questions carry the same mark.

12/15 80%

80 * * * * * The person who gave the above answer is certainly not getting 80%! The maximum score is 92% but the actual score depends on how many answers were not missed but wrong.

Your score is the part of the test where you supplied correct answers.On a test with 25 questions, if you missed 5, you answered (25 - 5) = 20 correctly.If every questions was worth the same credit, then your score is 20/25 = 80% .I'm hoping fervently that it wasn't a math test.

45.2% 397-400 = -3 -3/25 - -.12 Standard Deviations (MAT has a Std Dev of 25) Cumulative area for a Z score of -.12 is .4522

The "raw score" is 60%. The letter grade earned by that score is entirely up to the teacher. We hope it wasn't a math quiz, and frankly, we wouldn't expect a high grade.

5, but only if you get all the rest correct. Can you guarantee that?

68% 412-400 =12 12/25 =.48 Z score of .48 = .6843 Cumulative area under scale.

If she'd had 25 hits, her score would have been 225. Every miss reduces this by 16. The total reduction was 225 - 33 (i.e., 192), which represents 192/16 (i.e., 12) misses. She had 13 hits, scoring 117 but 12 misses, losing 84. Net score 117 - 84 (i.e., 33).

Our Miss Brooks - 1952 The Magic Tree 2-12 was released on: USA: 25 December 1953

27 - 7 ole miss

Less than 25 cents.

Theoretically all of them can if they hit the ball well enough.