Q: What is the grading scale for 15 questions?

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If you get one wrong out of 15 questions, your grade would depend on how the grading scale is set up. If each question is worth the same amount of points, you would have a score of 14/15, which usually translates to a high grade such as an A or A+. However, if the grading scale deducts a fixed amount of points for each incorrect answer, it would depend on the specific grading scale to determine the grade.

It depends on the grading scale. 47/50 is 94% which is an A in most cases.

The grading system in Norway is a scale from 1 to 6

you would have 15 questions correct, 88.2% and a B on the normal grading system.

C

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If you get one wrong out of 15 questions, your grade would depend on how the grading scale is set up. If each question is worth the same amount of points, you would have a score of 14/15, which usually translates to a high grade such as an A or A+. However, if the grading scale deducts a fixed amount of points for each incorrect answer, it would depend on the specific grading scale to determine the grade.

On any reasonable grading scale, it's an F.

I usually use # of Correct Questions / # Of Total Questions = Percentage Correct

I think it depends on the grading scale. However, if each was worth a point then maybe you could only miss 15 questions to get an 85%.

It depends on the grading scale. 47/50 is 94% which is an A in most cases.

That is 50%. Depending on your teacher's grading scale, it likely an E, perhaps a D.

The grading system in Norway is a scale from 1 to 6

you would have 15 questions correct, 88.2% and a B on the normal grading system.

It depends but its a lot easier to get high grades (A's and B's) on a ten point grading scale.

88.3%

C

on the universal elementary and middle school grading scale, 80 percent is exactly a C grade average. that is also classified as a below average on the gradig scale.