To figure out your score on a test, you just have to divide the number of answers you got right by the number of total questions there were. In this case, 65 divided by 73= .89 or 89%.
41 questions (if you got 83 percent, then that means you got 34 questions right)
You divide the number of questions you got right by the number of questions there are then multiply the answer by 100.
138 questions right and 12 questions wrong
depends. what's a passing score?
If you got 14 out 25 questions right you should get a 40. This is a low grade.
Your score on a test is based on the number of questions answered correctly, so the score is 35/47 = about 75%. The letter grade for that score is completely the teacher's decision.
It would be a 55%
Well, assuming you got ALL the rest of the questions correct, (unlikely) - the most you could score would be 74%.
77 and 1/3%
If scoring is out of 100pts.... 20/35= 57
80% Missing 14 questions out of 70 means that you got 56 correct. 56 out of 70 questions is 80%.
You multiply .78 times the amount of questions on the test (65). Which works out to 50.7, so either your teacher rounded or you got partial credit on a problem/ problems.
You scored 74.4% and we're hoping it wasn't a math test.
138 answered correctly.
A test score of "90" represents the percentage of correct questions. Multiply this percentage by the total number of questions and you will have the number of questions correctly answered. Subtract this from the total to find answers wrong. 90% of 40 questions = .90 x 40 = 36 questions right. 40-36 = 4 answers wrong.
Presumably you mean 77%? You got 61 right.
You got 38 right.
You passed. You got like 54 questions right that's over 50%
i have just got my learners and got 84% on my test :)