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You can't get exactly 70 percent, because that would be 11.1 questions wrong out of 37. If you miss 11 or fewer questions your score will be above 70%; if you miss 12 or more questions your score will be below 70%. This assumes the test is more or less "straight"; if it's scored like, say, the SAT (where leaving a question blank does not reduce your score by as much as answering incorrectly) then we'd need to know the exact details of how the test is scored.

Q: How many wrong answers can you get out of 37 questions to get a 70 percent?

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80% of 80 is 64 64 right answers right and 16 wrong answers

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24 wrong answers

15 wrong

80% of 80 is 64 64 right answers right and 16 wrong answers

95% of the questions, provided there are no penalties for wrong answers.

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80%=80/100 80/100 x 50 questions = 40 correct answers. therefore 50 - 40 = 10 incorrect answers.

You can get 20 questions wrong.

You can get 60 questions wrong and get a 70 percent but if you get 61 wrong you are at a 69.5 percent.

Each question is worth 2.5 percent. You can get 8 wrong.

If you get 7 wrong you'll get 23/30 = 76.66... % Not enough. So fewer than 7. But that is provided that wrong answers score 0 and do not have penalties.

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14 of them.