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# Converting percentage to GPA

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Converting percentage to GPA [#permalink]

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24 Jul 2012, 22:51
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Hi experts

Already posted a query on mba.com. Expecting their reply anytime.

I am Indian and a pass out from Delhi University. I had an aggregate of 63% during graduation, and this is considered a decent score, if not a very good score. However, while I was updating my profile on mba.com, I was asked to submit my GPA and the conversion table showed different GPAs against a range of score. According to the rating, a score of 90-100 gets a GPA of 4, which is the highest.
Any score between 60 and 69 is a GPA of 2-2.9, and, is considered a failure according to the three level test system , or, low, according to the four level.
Kindly guide me how to convert my score into GPA. I strongly believe that I am not a failure... )
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25 Jul 2012, 03:38
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You might want ot use wes.org. They have experience in converting percentages to GPA. There are other such providers as well. Good luck!

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talismaaniac wrote:
Hi experts

Already posted a query on mba.com. Expecting their reply anytime.

I am Indian and a pass out from Delhi University. I had an aggregate of 63% during graduation, and this is considered a decent score, if not a very good score. However, while I was updating my profile on mba.com, I was asked to submit my GPA and the conversion table showed different GPAs against a range of score. According to the rating, a score of 90-100 gets a GPA of 4, which is the highest.
Any score between 60 and 69 is a GPA of 2-2.9, and, is considered a failure according to the three level test system , or, low, according to the four level.
Kindly guide me how to convert my score into GPA. I strongly believe that I am not a failure... )
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Re: Converting percentage to GPA [#permalink]

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08 Nov 2012, 02:39
hii..
My college uses the same 4.0 point scale grading system. they have a formula for converting that into percentage y=(x+1)*20. where x is GPA; y is percentage

So if its reversed.... its gonna be x= (y/20)-1. where X is 4.0 point scale GPA.; y is percentage.

It may be helping.

Example : if ur percentage is 85%.

then your GPA = (85/20)-1 = 3.25

If 80%; GPA = (80/20)-1 = 3.0

If 90%; GPA = (90/20)-1 = 3.5

If 75%; GPA = (75/20)-1 = 2.75
Re: Converting percentage to GPA   [#permalink] 08 Nov 2012, 02:39
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