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Percentage to GPA conversion- India specific

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New post 17 Aug 2019, 07:48
Hi,
While converting the percentage to a 4point GPA, do they segregate which university did you pass out from, specifically in india?
For example: 67% from IIT or 67% for Amity or Punjab University would have different conversions to a 4 point scale? Based on the university rankings in india?

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New post 21 Aug 2019, 00:30
porwal1 wrote:
Hi,
While converting the percentage to a 4point GPA, do they segregate which university did you pass out from, specifically in india?
For example: 67% from IIT or 67% for Amity or Punjab University would have different conversions to a 4 point scale? Based on the university rankings in india?

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Because the grading is different across different universities, B-schools don't ask you to convert your percentage marks to a 4-point GPA. Don't do that as b-schools have a better idea of how to evaluate marks across different universities.
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