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# Percentage to GPA conversion Q

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08 Aug 2004, 21:07
All,

How should I approach undergrad percentages (from india) conversion to CGPA?

Is there any conversion model/algorithm at all?

Some links indicate to only use percentages and add percentile information (no of students below your score/ total no of students). Also additional information regarding the top ranker score would give the admission staff an idea on where you stand.

I tried searching on this topic and found conflicting reviews. what is the best way to approach this?

Thanks for the help.

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09 Aug 2004, 01:06
Hello,

Since the conversion policies of schools vary it is difficult to give a universal answer. Do you have a specific MBA program in mind?

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10 Aug 2004, 10:11
Hjort,

Thanks.
Planning Kellogg,Wharton,Chicago,Michigan, Duke, Tuck,Cornell,Darden,CMU at the moment.

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