The "score" is the correct portion. That's 21/25 of the questions, or 84% .
Your score is 75.
4/25 = 16/100 = 84%
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.
Providing that the other 5 questions are correct then it is a 62.5% score
The most that you can get is 52% but that assumes you did not get any answers wrong. Is that realistic?
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.
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.
Zero if you miss with all three.
If they all count the same, that's 67% right.
5, but only if you get all the rest correct. Can you guarantee that?
Our Miss Brooks - 1952 The Great Baseball Slide 3-25 was released on: USA: 29 April 1955
You call the highest score first and work outwards from the center in groups of three leaving a pause so that the scorer can write them down. Example: 10- 8- 8 (pause) 5-5-3, or if you are not too good: 5-3-3 (pause) 3- miss-miss.
27 - 7 ole miss
Lux Video Theatre - 1950 Miss Marlowe at Play 3-25 was released on: USA: 16 February 1953
It is: 14/17 or 82.353% rounded to 3 decimal places providing that they are all correct answers
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