Q: A total of 50 students took a math test 35 attained a score of 80 while 15 attained a score of 70 what was the average score for all 50 students?

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It means that the average score of all the students in a class is 70. Ex: Assuming 3 students got the below scores in their English exam for a total score of 100. Student 1 = 60 Student 2 = 70 Student 3 = 80 Total score of 3 students = 60 + 70 + 80 = 210 Average score of 3 students = 210 / 3 = 70

Total score 30 x 75 = 2250, male total 20 x 70 ie 1400, so 10 females scored total of 850, an average of 85.

Percentage of the average that does what. If you are talking grades, the Number of people scoring the average score divided by the total number of people in the class x 100 = % of students scoring the average.

The average Verbal score was 434 and Math was 572 for a total of 906.

The national average for any student is 500 per section (reading, math, and writing). The average for pre-med students varies, just as the average for many colleges is significantly higher than the national average. At less competitive colleges or universities pre-med students average 500 per section on the SAT (1500 total for R+M+W). At highly competitive schools SAT averages are 650+ per section (2000+ total).

Generally, an average Scrabble score is around 135.

On College Board, East Carolina University's 'Middle 50% of First-Year students" ranges from a total score of 1410-1660.

This depends on what kind of average score you are asking for. To find the average score on a test, you will need to take the scores from all the tests and divide them by the total number of tests.

30,026 total 24.2 average

the total grades of the student in a particular subject area divided by the total number of students multiplied by 100

"A minimum score of 1540 on the new SAT I exam or 23 on the ACT (writing scores are required by OSU); AND an average of 470 or above and a minimum total of 940 on two SAT II Subject Tests:(Math Level I or IIC is required) plus a second test of the students choice."

It's about 720 a section, or about 2150 total.