If you got 20 problems wrong on a 75 question test your grade would be 73% or a C. You can find that by subtracting the amount of questions you got wrong from the amount you got right, 55 in this case. Divide the amount of correct questions by the amount of questions on the test to get .733333. That is the grade.
67% or D+
67% or D+
70% or C-
75 percent or C plus
If by grade you mean percentage, you would have scored 67.5%. 40-13= 27 (27/40) * 100
73%. To find out your grade, divide 100 by however many questions there are (in this case 26). Multiply the number you get by how many you got wrong (7). Then subtract the number you got from multiplying from 100. This is your score.
The Bird is equal or greater than the Word.
Your score would be 91.7% . Your letter-grade would be whatever the teacher decided to award for 91.7% . I'm just hoping it wasn't a math test.
You would get a 77%. You do 14 (the amount you got right) divided by the total amount of questions (18). So 14/18 which equals 0.77777777...
80% or B
93% or A
I'm not exactly sure but I know that I got at least 2 questions wrong on the Chinese SAT II and I still got an 800. I suppose it all depends on what questions you got wrong.
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.
you would have a 94
If kept to a normal grading scale (not a curve), the grade would be a D- or F.
87% or B+
58.57% is an F.
you would get a 70
If you get 2 wrong out of 20 then its a 90 percent
You would have a 31 out of 40, or 77.5%
You would have a 90%. It all depends on what grading scale your school uses. For some it would be an A (or A-) for others it would be a B+.
It can be 100 or 50 questions.