It looks like you averaged all of the percentages to come up with 75%. That is not how the scoring works. The different categories are weighted differently. Let's assume the following (I'm making this up... it's not official):
Manage basic networking: 20 Points
Understand and use essential tools: 20 Points
Operate running systems: 40 Points
Configure local storage: 40 Points
Create and configure file systems: 50 Points
Deploy, configure and maintain systems: 40 Points
Manage users and groups: 20 Points
Manage security: 40 Points
Manage containers: 30 Points
Total Available Points: 300
Manage basic networking: 100% - 20 Points
Understand and use essential tools: 67% - 13.4 Points
Operate running systems: 67% - 26.8 Points
Configure local storage: 75% - 30 Points
Create and configure file systems: 75% - 37.5 Point
Deploy, configure and maintain systems: 88% - 35.2 Points
Manage users and groups: 75% - 15 Points
Manage security: 100% - 40 Points
Manage containers: 33% - 9.9 Points
Total Score - 188.2 Points
188.2 / 300 = 63%
So, although you got 100% in networking, I wouldn't see it weighted nearly as heavliy as storage, where you only got 75%.
Hopefully my explanation makes sense.
Again, the theoretical weighted values I posted were only made up for the purposes of explaining how the weighting works. They should in no way be construed as official Red Hat numbers.
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