Unfortunately, a 143 is a bad score. I got a 147. I applied to about 20 schools and only got accepted to one. The only reason I got accepted there was because my brother had attended. Your best bet would be to put the time and energy into studying for the LSAT and take it again. If you do well enough you might even get a scholarship somewhere. I doubt that any ABA approved school would accept someone with a 143.
No. You can't fail the asvab. a score of 51 means you got more correct answers than 51% of the people that took the test. You should be able to join any branch with a score of 51
You and I are in the exact same boat. I got a 142 lsat score and have a 3.06 gpa. I applied to 16 schools and so far I have been rejected by 3 southern 4th tier schools but I got accepted into Thomas Cooley so if you apply there you'll most likely get in since you meet the minimum requirements. Good luck! You and I are in the exact same boat. I got a 142 lsat score and have a 3.06 gpa. I applied to 16 schools and so far I have been rejected by 3 southern 4th tier schools but I got accepted into Thomas Cooley so if you apply there you'll most likely get in since you meet the minimum requirements. Good luck!
% of correct answers if the correct a nd your mistakes have the same rati ng = 3/10 * 100% = 30%
(42-3)/42 = 39/42 = 92.9%
138 correct answers. 138/150=92
divide the number of correct answers by 3 then multiply by 2, i.e. 92 / 3 = 30.66 30.66 x 2 = 61.33 61.33%
The answer is EnglandThe correct answer is England. Look it up on Google and that is what it says. I got it correct on Howrse!You won't know if you got it correct on Howrse until the 21st September - that's the day that it shows the correct answers.
There are a lot of answers you can find, but it really depends on the person and the district. I got a lot of much higher grade questions, so my score was lower, but that is charted.
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%.
The correct score is 11 (X is worth 10 points), unless you placed the X on a bonus square. If you use a blank tile to represent an X, then the correct score is 1.
16-5 = 1111/16*100 = 68.75%Thus if you got all of the 11 questions you did do COMPLETELY correct the maximum mark you could get would be 69%. However, if you got any of your 11 answers wrong your score would be less than this.
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.
Johnny Tremain, I am in social studies and we had to find these answers and I got this! But trust me on this, its the complete correct answer!
I don't know Edit:Seriously who put that........... to get it just keep answering questions right and u get score if u memorize the answers (or just guess....-_-!....) u can keep getting score so have fun i got 3895 >:) in 2 minutes
kinda, I did this for an experiment and it got a good score! kinda, I did this for an experiment and it got a good score!
Well, assuming you got ALL the rest of the questions correct, (unlikely) - the most you could score would be 74%.
that has happened to me in the forth grade. i wrote 7+4=11 and she said no its 12, you got that one wrong!
I got a perfect score on all three tests.
Clove got a 9 in her training score,
No. The correct form is "got", without the "had". Example, I got what I wanted.
i got x=10; y=12; z=5 these are correct if you had the same swan as i did
Katniss got an 11 on her training score
a good score