In the school system, do these sentences work?

A: What was your score in the math test? B: My score was 85%.

A: What score did you get in the math test? B: I got 85%. I scored 85%.

Thank you very much.



However, in reality one would probably answer just "85%".

In case it matters to you, "math" is AmE. In BrE the abbreviation is "maths".


In my Middle Atlantic US dialect, it's "on" the math test, not "in", and it's normally just "What did you get on the math test?" The answer is "Eighty-five." You could say "I got an 85."