What job could you get with a ASVAB score of 70?
* Most felony convictions * An inability to lift 70 lbs. over your head. * Poor physical condition. * No diploma. * Yonger than 17.5 years old and no parental consent. * Positive drug test. * Low ASVAB score.
The passing score for most tests is a C-, or 70%. Anything less than 70% is considered a failing score.
It means that the average score of all the students in a class is 70. Ex: Assuming 3 students got the below scores in their English exam for a total score of 100. Student 1 = 60 Student 2 = 70 Student 3 = 80 Total score of 3 students = 60 + 70 + 80 = 210 Average score of 3 students = 210 / 3 = 70
If you score 70 marks you'll probably rank around 800 to 900.
you could get a job as a referee for soccer ( i would suggest this ONLY if you play soccer, besides you have to $70 fee to be trained) or you could become a golf caddy.
70 miles. A score is 20.
Whatever your handicap is you take it off your final score. e.g. final score=82, handicap= 12 82-12=70 giving you a nett score of 70
70 points. In 2005 against Arkansas, the Trojans demolished by a final score of 70-17.
If 50 students take a test 35 average a score of 80 and 15 score an average of 70 what is the average of all 50?
You could add all 50 test scores or use frequency. Add 35 times 80 percent to 15 times 70 percent and then divide by the 50 students.
The score is 70 percent. The grade is whatever the teacher decides to award to a 70% score. I hope it wasn't a math test.
1 score = 20 years So 3 score and ten would be 70 years.
70 to pass :)
A score of 70 is borderline mentally handicapped.
A score is twenty, so three score and ten is 3 times 20 plus 10 == 70.
There is not enough information to answer your question. To determine a Z-Score, the mean and standard deviation are also required.
The passing score for each part of the exam is 70%.
The minimum score would be 70.
Let your raw score be x and M the mean and S the standard deviation. The Z score for your specific x is Z=(x-M)/S So say your score is 80 (out of 100) and the mean is 70 and the standard deviation is 10. Then the z score for your 80 is: (80-70)/10=1 If on the other hand you got a 60, then the z score would be -1.
30/100*25 =7.5 so you must not get more than 7 questions wrong to score 70%
70% of 145 is 101.5 - Thus if you answered 102 questions CORRECTLY, you would achieve a 70% score. However if you made any mistakes your score would not be 70%. For this reason it would be best to plan to answer ALL 145 questions to maximise your chances.
Type your answer here... an adult has an IQ score between 90 and 115
Mental retardation is defined as IQ score below 70-75.
IQ scores are normalized by age, thus theoretically if you got an IQ score of 70 you should always get an IQ score of 70 throughout your life whenever tested. In actual practice deviations in score of about ±5 points are not considered statistically significant. However remember that the only thing an IQ score has ever been shown to consistently predict both reliably and accurately is the ability to score high on IQ tests.
Three score years and ten ( 30x 20 +10 = 70)
A "score" is 20. So 3 times 20 plus 10 = 70.
To score 70% or higher you must get at least 70/100 * 70 = 49 questions right. So you can get 70 - 49 = 21 questions wrong, but no more!
If you miss 28 questions out of 70, your score would be 60%
A total of 50 students took a math test 35 attained a score of 80 while 15 attained a score of 70 what was the average score for all 50 students?
[ (35 x 80) + (15 x 70) ] / 50 = (2,800 + 1,050) / 50 = 3,850 / 50 = 77
He lost one paper score but he knows the four scores are 65 and 62 and 70 and 68 and the average is 66 decmail 2 but what is the missing score?
(s + 65 + 62 + 70 + 68) / 5 = 66.2 ∴ s + 65 + 62 + 70 + 68 = 331 ∴ s = 331 - 65 - 62 - 70 - 68 ∴ s = 66
70 years old
During the Vietnam War, the minimum standard was 70.
On all U.S. Postal exams the passing score 70 and 100 is the top score and that does not include veteran's points. It is important to remember that although 70 is a pass, the exam is competitive which ultimately means that you could get a passing score but still not get hired because the rest of the testing group had higher marks than you. It is a common belief that to have a chance of… Read More
That was actually my score also. I enlisted in US Army Special Forces in the late 70's. I went to the 1/75th in 1986 then back to SF later. Be preferred to take extera test at your entrance station. One test is a made up language that gets progressively harder. It does start with simple words and then rapidly begins to evolve words and you have to combine them to get the answer. This is… Read More
You can get at most 22 questions wrong, otherwise you will score less than 70 %. To get 70% right you can get 100 % - 70 % = 30 % wrong 30% of 75 = 30/100 x 75 = 22.5 I assume you can't get 1/2 a question wrong, so you can get at most 22 questions wrong otherwise you will score less than 70 %.
80% Missing 14 questions out of 70 means that you got 56 correct. 56 out of 70 questions is 80%.
The 70th percentile is the score below which 70 percent of the cases fall. If your 70th percentile is 56, 70 percent of students scored below 56.
No, it is not true. It's a shame to think that someone could ask this question. If a person has an IQ score under 70, they are considered mentally retarded.
In order to score exactly 70% on a test with exactly 70 questions ... if every question is worth the same credit ... you have to get 21 answers wrong. You can do it.
around 70+ career
Aggregate score = 15 + 10 + 30 + 70 = 125
Divide the percentage mark by 10 and add 0.75 to it. Example: For a 70% score, divide 70 by 10 to get 7. Then add 0.75 to get 7.75.
A score is 20 years, so (20 * 3) + 10 = 70 years. It is found in Psalm 90:10.
it would depend on the score of the fourth shot therefore it would be 70 plus the next 2 shots.
The score would change by increasing 6 strokes - like from -1 to +5. For instance, if the golf course was par 70, 69 would be one under and 75 would be 5 over par. Remember, in golf the lower the score the better. Making par for 18 holes is very difficult for most golfers. Berney Trembly
A z-score of 70 would cover 35 standard deviations away from the mean. Note though, that a z-score of just 2.5 already covers 99% of the data. A z-score of 70 is incredibly high, and so is either a mistake, or will cover 100% of the data without fail. If a data point lies outside this, it is definitely an outlier and probably an error.
I think the highest score ever made is 70 points made by the Texas Longhorns when they once beat Arkansas.
I'm pretty sure it means 70 years. "score" being 20 years.
Their biggest win was beating the Sharks 74-4, which is a difference of 70 points. This would probably be their highest score.
A score is twenty years 3X20 = 60 and ten means plus ten 60+10 = 70
The passing score for Lab Technician Qatar prometric exam is 50 percent. Students who score above 70 percent are usually awarded with a distinction.