Provided that all 150 exam questions are weighted equally, then 105 correct responses is 70%.
All of them - if you are bad enough. You will not pass, but that was not a requirement of the question.
To ensure you understand what the question is. It is possible to misunderstand the question and therefor provide the wrong answer.
Dmitri Mendeleev's demerit is the common question in all the exam's,
40 minus 28 = 12 were wrong
There are many questions on the Deck Cadet exam if you have a specific question we can help find an answer.
stop asking such wrong questions here or anywhere for that matter. Study hard
"where someone accidentally sits the wrong exam" ??? Um... what? Perhaps you should rephrase this and perhaps someone can answer your question.
not studying or revising nerves not reading the question properly so you give the wrong answer not understanding the subject turning up for the exam on the wrong day or time!
85 Multiple choice questions, and you have 2 hours to complete the exam.
There are 200 questions on a bar exam