Having read the above, I think 'high/good marks' is correct, but I am not a teacher.
Student or Learner
Which one of them is right to say?
I didn't get many marks in the exam? OR
I didn't get much marks in the exam?
Thanks in advance.
"many" is OK.
"Invading armies have no rights." Noam Chomsky
***** NOT A TEACHER *****
1. I didn't get a good grade / mark on yesterday's exam / test. (Americans often use "grade" for "mark.")
2. I don't usually get many good grades / marks on my exams / tests.
a. Use "many" because of "grades" and "marks."
Use 'many' before plural nouns and 'much' before singlular or uncountable nouns:
'There is not much milk left.'
'There are not many eggs left.'
Last edited by Rover_KE; 28-Sep-2015 at 22:44.
Which of my sentence is right?
Is getting a lot of marks good? I only know about getting "good marks," not anything about the quantity of them. To my mind, if there were a lot of marks, that means there were a lot of mistakes.