You could fail seven questions, and still meet the minimum mark required.
There is no penalty for wrong answers. Although if you leave an answer that is incorrect it maybe deleted by another user and answered correctly.
When I graded papers, no matter how many questions, I would mark the questions wrong that were wrong with checks. Then, to come up with a grade I would subtract the number possible with the number wrong. That would give me the total number right and from that you assign a grade to the paper.
Anil answered 7 questions correctly (35 marks) and 3 questions incorrectly (-6 marks).
If you're awarded 1 mark per question, and you got 77%, you missed roughly 25% of the questions, which is 15
Placing a question mark at the end of a phrase does not make it a sensible question. Try to use a whole sentence to describe what it is that you want answered.
I answered a question for Mark Z and wanted to know if my answer was any help to him?
It doesn't!Type in your question (a sensible spell checked questions with no punctuation apart from a question mark) and read the answer below. If it cannot be answered, send it, or, be happy that now you have a new question of the universe!
This cannot be answered. In order for this to be answered you will have to tell me what your asking.
ie RULE: Two periods within and a comma before and after (i.e.,) He answered many questions right, i.e., he knew the answer to etesian wind. ie RULE: Two periods within and a comma before and after (i.e.,) He answered many questions right, i.e., he knew the answer to etesian wind.
Questions generally have no periods unless there are abbreviations in them. In English, they end with a question mark. In Spanish, questions start with an inverted question mark and end with a question mark.
No more than 11. You may have a problem if it's a math test.