# Write Code Competency Practice

Write a program to input test scores until the user enters a score greater than or equal to 100. For each score, if the score is an even score less than 60, get that person’s name and print a message saying the score is even and less than 60. After you exit the loop, print the number of odd scores over 80, the highest score less than 70, and the average score in the 80s.

## var eventotal = evencount = highodd = eightycount = 0;testscore = prompt(“enter the first test score”,”"); testscore = parseInt(testscore);

while (testscore < 100 )
{
if ((testscore< 60) && (testscore%2 == 0))
{
document.write(“this even score is less than 60″ + “<p>”);
name = prompt(“what is this persons name?”,”");
}

if ((testscore % 2) == 1) && (testscore > 80) )
{
count = count + 1;
}

if (testscore < 70)
{
if (testscore>high)
{
high = testscore;
}
}

if ((testscore > 79) && (testscore < 90))
{
ec = ec + 1;
esum = esum + testscore;
}

testscore = prompt(“enter the next test score or 0 to exit”,”");
testscore = parseInt(testscore);
}

document.write(“the number of odd scores over 80 is ” + count +

“<p>”);
document.write(“the highest score less than 70 is ” + high + “<p>”);
document.write(“the average score in the 80s is ” + esum/ec + “<p>”);

Write a program to get test scores from the user until a 0 test score is entered. For each test, tell if it is below 50. If it is, get the name of that student. After you finish getting all the scores, print out the average of all the even scores, the highest odd score, and the number of scores in the 80s.

SOLUTION:

## print the total of even scores divided by the count of even scores print the highest odd score print the count of scores in the 80s

Write a program to get test scores from the user until a 0 test score is entered. For each score, tell if it is an odd or an even score. If the score is over 90, tell the user “good job” for that test. When you finish entering all the scores, Print the average of all the odd scores, the highest even score, and how many scores were below 60.