# If i have a test with 65 questions, how many can i get wrong if i want a score of 75% or higher?

Question:I am taking my continuing education test for cosmetology and i am unsure of 4 of the questions, i need to pass this test with a score of 75% or better.

You need to get 49 correct and can miss 16 and still score correctly @ 75% or higher.

65 x .75= 48.75 (49 correct)
or,
65 x .25= 16.25 (16 wrong)

Good LUCK!
16 wrong or less...
Good thing its not a math test cuz i think you would fail. Also how do you know that you are unsure of four of the questions? Have you seen the test already?
75% is equivalent to 3/4. It is also equivalent to .75. So if you want to know 75% of 65, multiply 65 by .75.

(65 times .75 = 48.75. You might want to round this up to the next whole number, so 49 is the number you'll have to get right. Therefore, you can get 16 wrong and still pass. However, I have discovered through hard experience that the mentality of "What can I get by with?" is a poor way to do things.)

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