You tried, but you can't tell the difference from real and fake news based on the headlines alone. That's okay, though — you should be reading the full story and examining the sources to really know the difference between real news and fake news, anyway.
You haven't mastered fake vs. real news headlines, but you're getting there! You probably take the time to read the stories, at least some of the time, when you run across headlines that seem provocative. That's a great start! To increase your news literacy, keep reading the news and analyzing the sources, and you'll be a pro soon enough.
Good job! You got more than half right, which is tough to do when you're only able to read the headlines. You definitely take time to read the news whenever you can, and you know not to trust a headline alone for all the info — though you've read enough of them to have a good idea of when one is real or fake.
You really know your news! You can tell the difference between most real and fake news headlines, but you still click the links when you see them pop up in your social media feeds. You check your sources and always make sure you know where your news is coming from.
You're a pro! If you're not a journalist, you should be! Not only can you pick the real news headlines from the fake, but you're probably a total news junkie, too, and you read every story that crosses your news feed. You refuse to fall prey to fake news, no matter how appealing the headline.