Q: What is your score if you got 6 wrong out of 15 questions?

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32 questions total 15 wrong number right / total= 32-15=17 so.... 17/32 = 0.53125 mulitply it by 100%= about 53% YOU GOT 53%

In order to score 70 or below on a 50-question test, you must answer at least 15 of them wrong.

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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.

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73 questions on the test, all worth the same credit. Score 79% means you got -- 58 correct (79.452%) -- 15 wrong (20.548%)

32 questions total 15 wrong number right / total= 32-15=17 so.... 17/32 = 0.53125 mulitply it by 100%= about 53% YOU GOT 53%

You can get at most 22 questions wrong, otherwise you will score less than 70 %. To get 70% right you can get 100 % - 70 % = 30 % wrong 30% of 75 = 30/100 x 75 = 22.5 I assume you can't get 1/2 a question wrong, so you can get at most 22 questions wrong otherwise you will score less than 70 %.

40% were wrong.

toget 80% you need .8 x 15 = 12 questions right. That means you can 15-12 = 3 questions wrong

81.25%.

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93%

In order to score 70 or below on a 50-question test, you must answer at least 15 of them wrong.

40 percent wrong questions. To calculate the percentage 6 divided by 15 and multiplied by 100.

8 out of 15 is less than 55%

12/15 80%