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That would be 85% (30 divided by 35) which is normally a grade of B. If you only missed 3, you would have an A-.

Your score on the test is 87.5% . It's up to the teacherwhat letter-grade to award for that score.

You missed 3 questions.

You get 80%. The grade depends on the grade boundaries which are set by the examination board and may be varied for the purpose of standardisation.

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That would be 85% (30 divided by 35) which is normally a grade of B. If you only missed 3, you would have an A-.

Your score on the test is 87.5% . It's up to the teacherwhat letter-grade to award for that score.

You missed 3 questions.

You get 80%. The grade depends on the grade boundaries which are set by the examination board and may be varied for the purpose of standardisation.

I think it's 86%

93 % A+.Since it is 93% so anything higher than 90% will be counted as a A+.

42.67% missed.

That depends on your teacher's or schools practice. If they "grade on a curve" then all the tests taken will be distributed on a Gaussian bell probability curve. So if you are the only one who missed 4 questions and everybody else missed more you will get the highest grade; but of you are the only one who missed 4 questions and everybody else mised fewer, then you will get the lowest grade. In my school only a few teachers graded on a curve; most would have given a B for missing 4 out of 26 equally important questions. UH UH!If you missed 4 out of 26, you would still get a A-.I aked my teacher and she said yes.

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80%

You take the total number of missed problems, subtract from total of questions, divide by total of questions (then convert to percentage). Example: 10 total questions on test, three are missed Step 1: 10 - 3 = 7 Step 2: 7 divided by 10 = .70 Step 3: .70 converted to percentage = 70%

67.5%

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