# CGPA to Percentage Calculator – Convert Your CGPA To Percentage With CBSE Calculator

Students should have the knowledge about how to ** convert CGPA to Percentage **as there are Universities that ask for CGPA, while some ask for a percentage. The ones who are trying to

**for the first time, it would be difficult for them.**

*convert CGPA to Percentage*## CGPA To Percentage Calculator

Here is the CGPA Calculator provided for converting your CGPA to Percentage. Just put your CGPA and you will get your percentage calculated easily.

To convert **CGPA to Percentage**, we need to multiply **CGPA with 9.5** that will give us the percentage. This formula is given by CBSE. Here is the calculator that will help you convert your CGPA to Percentage.

**Also Read: ****What is the Importance of GPA and CGPA?**** **

## CGPA To Percentage Grade Conversion Table

Here is the table providing a percentage for every grade point. Check Out the conversion table for CGPA to Percentage.

CGPA | Percentage |
---|---|

10 | 95 |

9.9 | 94.05 |

9.8 | 93.1 |

9.7 | 92.15 |

9.6 | 91.2 |

9.5 | 90.25 |

9.4 | 89.3 |

9.3 | 88.35 |

9.2 | 87.4 |

9.1 | 86.45 |

9 | 85.5 |

8.9 | 84.55 |

8.8 | 83.6 |

8.7 | 82.65 |

8.6 | 81.7 |

8.5 | 80.75 |

8.4 | 79.8 |

8.3 | 78.85 |

8.2 | 77.9 |

8.1 | 76.95 |

8 | 76 |

7.9 | 75.05 |

7.8 | 74.1 |

7.7 | 73.15 |

7.6 | 72.2 |

7.5 | 71.25 |

7.4 | 70.3 |

7.3 | 69.35 |

7.2 | 68.4 |

7.1 | 67.45 |

7 | 66.5 |

6.9 | 65.55 |

6.8 | 64.6 |

6.7 | 63.65 |

6.6 | 62.7 |

6.5 | 61.75 |

6.4 | 60.8 |

6.3 | 59.85 |

6.2 | 58.9 |

6.1 | 57.95 |

6 | 57 |

5.9 | 56.05 |

5.8 | 55.1 |

5.7 | 54.15 |

5.6 | 53.2 |

5.5 | 52.25 |

5.4 | 51.3 |

5.3 | 50.35 |

5.2 | 49.4 |

5.1 | 48.45 |

5 | 47.5 |

4.9 | 46.55 |

4.8 | 45.6 |

4.7 | 44.65 |

4.6 | 43.7 |

4.5 | 42.75 |

4.4 | 41.8 |

4.3 | 40.85 |

4.2 | 39.9 |

4.1 | 38.95 |

4 | 38 |

**Also Read: ****How to Convert GPA to CGPA?**** **

**What is CGPA?**

The full form of CGPA is **Cumulative Grade Point Average.** CGPA is the **average Grade Point**, which is obtained by a student in all subjects within a course excluding additional **6th subject **as per Scheme of Studies.

In 2017 the **Central Board of Secondary Education of India **announced that the **10th Board results **would be** in the form of CGPA** and the **12th Board results **will be in the **form of a percentage**.

Thus, students of 10th class were told *to maintain their academic record all year, including the unit exams as* to calculate the final CGPA.

- Find average marks obtained from all subjects in a particular course.
- In 2017 CBSE ordered that
**10th Board****results**will be in the form of CGPA. - Students need to
*maintain their academic record all year*to get high CGPA. - CGPA is always in the
*form of even counting*and can be in points. - Example of CGPA: 7, 7.2, 7.4, 7.6, 7.8, 8…

## How To Convert CGPA to Percentage?

To **convert CGPA to Percentage**, we need to multiply **CGPA with 9.5, **which will give us the **percentage**. This formula is given by **CBSE**. For example, if your score is **9.8 CGPA**, then your percentage will be** 9.8*9.5=93.1%.** To **convert your CGPA to Percentage**, just multiply your CGPA with **9.5**, and you will get your **percentage**.

## Procedure to Convert CGPA to Percentage

Here is an example of** how to convert CGPA to Percentage**:

- First, add the grade points (GP) of
**all 5 subjects.** - For instance, the GP of Subject 1 is 9, Subject 2 is 10, Subject 3 is 8, Subject 4 is 7, Subject 5 is 8.
- Adding all the subject marks ( 9+ 10 + 8 + 7 + 8 = 42)
- After adding all the grade points, divide the
**total grade points by a number of subjects.**( 42/5 = 8.4) - Now the
**CGPA of 5 subjects**is 8.4 - After finding the CGPA, multiply it with 9.5. This will convert CGPA to percentage.
- Multiplying
**8.4 x 9.5,**we will get**79.8%.** - This formula is given by
**CBSE**to convert grades into percentages. It is only an approximation and not exact. - Multiplying the CGPA with 9.5 is set after observing the last five-year results.
- The average comes out to be close to 95 marks. Since the equivalent Grade Point for the
**91-100 band (A1 grade)**of marks is**10**, it then divided the average result of 95 by 10. The result is 9.5.

**Also Read: ****How to Convert GPA to Percentage?**** **

## How to Convert Percentage to CGPA?

To convert **Percentage to CGPA**, divide the percentage by 9.5 and the outcome will be your CGPA. Now that we know how to convert **CGPA to Percentage **we should also know how to convert **Percentage to CGPA**. Some students try to convert there percentage to CGPA but find it difficult to calculate. So here is the example to make things more clear.

For instance, your overall percentage is 85% and you need to convert it into CGPA. Just divide your percentage i.e. 85/9.5 = 8.9. So 8.9 is your CGPA.

### Percentage to CGPA Calculator

**Also Read: ****How to convert Percentage to GPA?**

## CGPA to Percentage Conversion Certificate

**CBSE **has provided a certificate for the conversion of **CGPA to Percentage.** In the **CGPA grade system**, students are given grades based on the range of marks they score. The **minimum grade requirement** for passing in D grade, below that the students have to give re-exams. You would have come across the term CGPA at the time of your results, especially in the 10th and 12th class.

For, eg. If you score an A1 in any of your subjects, your marks will come in the **range of 91 to 100,** and your grade point will be **10**. Similarly, if you score a B1, you will come in the range of** 71 to 80**, and your grade point will be 8.

### CGPA to Percentage Grade Table (CBSE)

As per the **CCE system**, the **Central Board of Secondary Education **(CBSE) has to declare their result in **CGPA format,** and from there, students can convert it to the **Percentage **(if they want). CGPA is the** average of all the subjects excluding the additional 6th subject**. This system leads a student to examine and track their academic performance.

**Read More: ****CBSE Grading System**

## Advantages of Using CGPA

Getting CGPA in your result card has many advantages, *this can evaluate the student’s profile*. Finding **Percentage from CGPA** is quite easy, we just have to do some easy calculations. Nowadays, every field is getting advance, so as our education system. New techniques are coming in, and CGPA is one of them.

- The main purpose of CGPA is to give a
**clear view to**about the performance of the pupils in the respective subjects. They can accordingly work on their weaknesses and achieve good results.**both learners and educators** - This helps in keeping a
**healthy competition**by just focusing on the grades, not on specific rank or marks obtained. - The percentage is an
**aggregate way of calculating**, while CGPA c**lassifies your marks into grades.**This creates different categories of students that makes the work much easier. - CGPA is important as it helps you
*to***convert the grade into a percentage.**

## Disadvantages of Using CGPA

- The introduction, CGPA by CBSE, has lead to a decrease in competition between the students. Now they aim to get a particular grade and not thinking of marks that decrease the motivation.
- In a result, the CGPA scored by the particular student doesn’t reflect the actual performance. As CGPA is a grading system in which marks scored between 91-100 is considered A1, accordingly 81-90 is A2 and so on. So if a student scores 91, it will be considered A1 and if other scores 90, then it will be A2. This is a big difference in the grade but not in the marks.
- In this new grading system, your academic marks are not the only criteria on which you will be graded. Many activities and class projects are important for higher grades.

## Difference between CGPA & Percentage

**CGPA is Commutative Grade Point Average**. It is generally relative and is a score based on your performance compared to your batchmates. The students are graded on the basis of the graded scale, which is relative to other student’s performances.

Whereas, the percentage is *absolutely based on your own performance*. Now big institutions are also following the** CGPA model**, and companies give a lot of importance to that.

CGPA | Percentage |
---|---|

It is calculated as an average of your GPA. | It is absolutely based on your individual subject. |

It gives a clear view to both learners and educators about the performance | It is simple and easy to understand and apply. |

It helps in keeping a healthy competition by focusing on grades. | Competition is high as marks are in percentage. |

It is easy to convert CGPA to percentage. | It is little difficult to find the average percentage. |

This method is now used by many institutes. | This method is being dropped by many institutions. |

## CGPA to Percentage For 10th Class

Now **CBSE **has provided a grading system for **Class 10th** that helps to convert CGPA to Percentage easily. The **GPA system of CBSE **is not the same as other institutions and boards. They have adopted an interesting marking scheme. The individual who is consistently performing good in all subjects is set to score higher CGPA.

The student who has scored **90 marks in each subject will actually score 90%**, but getting a **perfect 10 in each**, **he/she would be a 10 pointer**. If a student who scores 100 in 4 subjects and 89 in the fifth, his/her effective CGPA will be **(10+10+10+10+9)/5 = 9.8**. Check the Last 3 years’ results of 10th Class and much more.

CBSE students who are in 10th class and want to convert there CGPA to Percentage, here is the table. Due to CCE, the Grading system is no longer seen in the report card of class 10. Now the result comes in percentage form.

## Abbreviations in Results Card

Abbreviations are the most obvious thing in the result card which indicates the many things about a particular student. Here are some common things you can find in the result card:-

**QUAL**: Qualified for Admission to Higher Classes**EIOP**: Eligible for Improvement of Performance**NIOP**: Not Eligible for Improvement of Performance**XXXX**: Appeared for Upgradation of Performance/ Additional Subject**TRNS**: Transfer Case**ABST**: Absent**N.E**: Not Eligible**N.R**: Not Registered**R.W**: Result Withheld**UFM**: Unfair Means**SJD**: Subjudice

## Converting CGPA to percentage on 10 point scale

It is quite easy to convert **CGPA to Percentage **on 10 point scale. We just have to do some easy calculations. Suppose in **100 mark paper the highest marks is 90, then 90 marks will be 100%**. If a student scores 80 marks, then the CGPA of the student will be **100/90*80 = 88.89** . on a **scale of 10, it’s 8.9. **

- To calculate the average marks, CBSE took the result of the last 5 years, who scored
**between 91 and 100.** - That average came out to be close to
**95 marks.** - The equivalent Grade Point for the
**91-100**band of marks is**10**, it then divided the average result of**95 by 10**. The result came at**9.5**. - Now to convert CGPA to Percentage in 10 Point Scale add the grade points of all
**5 subjects.** - Adding all the subject marks (9+ 10 + 8 + 7 + 8 = 42)
- After adding all the grade points, divide the total grade points by a number of subjects. ( 42/5 = 8.4)
- After finding the CGPA, multiply it with 9.5.
- This will convert CGPA to percentage.
- Multiplying 8.4 x 9.5, we will get 79.8%.
- This formula is given by CBSE to convert grades into percentages. It is only an approximation and not exact.

**Also Read: ****How to Convert SGPA to CGPA?**

## Anna University CGPA to Percentage

**Anna University** has been following** CGPA from 2008 **and before that, students use to calculate their results to percentage. This method, compared to the percentage, is better as the performance of the student’s marks will be considered based on their credit points.

Calculating GPA manually is difficult, so **Anna University has an online CGPA to percentage calculator **for all semester and for all departments. Anna University has also provided a full PDF of CGPA to Percentage calculated sheet.

**As per Anna University, Percentage= CGPA x10 [CGPA multiplied by 10 gives the value of percentage]**

**Also Read: ****CGPA to Percentage Calculator for Engineering Anna University**

## KTU CGPA to Percentage

**KTU APJ ABDUL KALAM TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY (KTU)** also follows the **grade point system**, they have provided a formula for converting CGPA to Percentage. CGPA is calculated as the weighted average of grade point multiplied by the credits for the courses. While the students of the **KTU have requested a percentage of marks with CGPA**. For this, the academic committee has made a formula for CGPA to percentage. Currently, this calculator is for KTU B.Tech.

**Formula:**

CGPA =**Σ(Ci×GPi)/ΣCi**, where Ci = credit assigned for a course

The Percentage Marks (% Marks) = **10xG – 3.75 ****Calculator for KTU(****https://www.ktustudy.in/ktu-cgpa-calculator/****)**

## CGPA to Percentage Mumbai University (MU)

Mumbai University(MU) has updated there **CGPA to percentage conversion** system. There are different point scale for different courses. For **Pure science commerce, Arts**, and other fields, there is **7 point scale**. For Engineering streams, it is 10 Point scale.

#### CGPA to Percentage Converter For Mumbai University

**In the 7 point grading system, the percentage is calculated on the percentage of actual marks obtained. For 10 point the formula is Percentage(%) = 7.1 *CGPA +11.**

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## CGPA to Percentage VTU

**VTU **has adapted the grading system that helps marks to convert into grades or Percentage to **semester grade point average **(SGPA) and **Cumulative Grade Point Average** (CGPA). They have a conversion formula for students who are willing to pursue higher education. We have to calculate the** CGPA every semester**, except for the first semester.

#### CGPA to percentage Converter for VTU

**[CGPA Earned – 0.75] x 10= Percentage of marks scored. Here is the ****PDF**** by VTU.**

## CGPA to Percentage MAKAUT

MAKAUT has also updated CGPA to the percentage system. The Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, West Bengal (MAKAUT), is also called as West Bengal University of Technology. The University follows a **7 point grading system on the basis of 10**. The company you are giving an interview for TCS it’s different, and only TCS says to minus 0.75 from your obtained marks. MAKAUT has also shared there **grade point system****.**

#### CGPA to Percentage Formula For MAKAUT:

Other companies don’t just multiply your obtained CGPA(which you will get in the final year) with 10. Suppose you get** 6.89 in your one sem**, then just multiply it with 10. You will get the percentage

**Percentage= CGPA x 10**

**CGPA to Percentage GTU**

Students can use this percentage to fill up forms for Scholarship, Education loans, etc. Currently, GTU results for Remedial and Regular courses for both summer and winter sessions are released in their official GTU results website.

The formula to convert **CGPA to percentage for GTU **under the norms of GTU (Gujarat Technological University) is** Percentage (%) =(SPI\CPI\CGPA)-0.5)*10**.

**SPI**– Semester Performance Index is calculated in every semester.**CPI**– Cumulative Performance Index is calculated using credit of all subjects and grades achieved by the student.**CGPA**– Cumulative Grade Point Average is based upon the average score of all the SGPA (Semester Grade Point Average) /SPIs altogether.

**FAQ’s**

**✅ How can we convert CGPA to Percentage?****Ans.** Just multiply your CGPA with 9.5, and the result will be your percentage. For example, if you score 9.4 CGPA and you need to convert it into a percentage. Multiply it with 9.5 i.e (9.4 × 9.5) =

89.3. So 89.3 is your percentage.

**✅ What is CGPA?****Ans.** CGPA is the average marks, which is obtained by a student in all subjects within a course. In 2017 the Central Board of Secondary Education of India announced that the 10th Board results would be in the form of CGPA.

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**What is the CGPA formula?****Ans. **Consider you got 9,8,9,10,8 in your respective five subjects. To calculate your CGPA, just sum them up and divide by 5(average it). So the CGPA stands now 8.8. This is your CGPA, and to convert it into percentage multiply the CGPA with 9.5.hence your percentage stands now 83.6%.

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**How to Convert CGPA to Percentage?****Ans.** To convert **CGPA to Percentage**, we need to multiply **CGPA with 9.5** that will give us the percentage. This formula is given by CBSE. For example, if your score is 9.8 GPA, then in %, it will be 9.8*9.5=93.1%. To convert your CGPA to Percentage, just multiply your CGPA with 9.5, and you will get your percentage.

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**Why is my main subject incorrectly marked as “Additional”?****Ans.** Students are recommended to input the five main subjects only and exclude the additional 6th subject. If more than five subjects are entered, the calculator will tag the least scoring subject as an Additional subject.

**✅ How to calculate CGPA from subject grade points?****Ans.** Here is the process to calculate CGPA from subject grade points:

1. First, add the grade points of all 5 subjects.

2. For instance, the GP of Subject 1 is 9, Subject 2 is 10, Subject 3 is 8, Subject 4 is 7, Subject 5 is 8.

3. Adding all the subject marks ( 9+ 10 + 8 + 7 + 8 = 42)

4. After adding all the grade points, divide the total grade points by a number of subjects. ( 42/5 = 8.4)

5. Now the CGPA of five subjects is 8.4

6. After finding the CGPA, multiply it with 9.5. This will convert CGPA to percentage.

7. Multiplying 8.4 x 9.5, we will get 79.8%.

8. This formula is given by CBSE to convert grades into percentages is only an approximation and not exact.

9. Multiplying the CGPA with 9.5 is to decide after seeing the last five-year results.

10. The average comes out to be close to 95 marks. Since the equivalent Grade Point for the 91-100 band (A1 grade) of marks is 10, it then divided the average result of 95 by 10. The result is 9.5.

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**How is CGPA calculated?****Ans.** There is a different process to calculate the percentage. For subject wise percentage, multiply grade points received in each subject with 9.5. While the CGPA is mentioned in the result, there is a little calculation if you want to calculate it on your own. To calculate the CGPA, add the grades received in 5 subjects.

**✅ How do you convert grade to Percentage?****Ans. **Start dividing the percentage by 20 to convert a percentage into a 4.0-grade point average. The next step is to subtract one from that number to get the grade point average. For instance, if your grade is 89 percent, you would start by dividing 89 by 20, which would give you 4.45.

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**How are the CGPA and GPA calculated?****Ans.** Its easiest form, an A=4, B=3, C=2, D=1, F=0. For each class, you have assigned the correct number to the letter grade. Then add all of your grades together and divide by the number of classes you have taken.

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**What is the CGPA percentage?****Ans.** It is the average of Grade Points obtained in all the subjects excluding additional 6th subject as per Scheme of Studies. Note: CGPA is not the same as the percentage. There is a different process to calculate the percentage. You can calculate CGPA by Multiplying the CGPA with 9.5 to get the overall indicative percentage.

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**How is the 12th CGPA calculated?****Ans**. The Formula is CGPA X 9.5= Percentage Obtain in Class 12. For e.g., If a candidate has obtains 8.0 CGPA. Then his/her percentage is calculated as 8.0 x 9.5 = 76%

**✅ What percentage is 10 CGPA?**

**Ans.** For finding percentage from CGPA you need to multiply your CGPA with 9.5. So 10 CGPA = 95% (10*9.5).

adam– :What percentage is 9.4 CGPA?

Piyush Bhartiya– :To

calculate percentage from CGPA,you need to multiply your CGPA with 9.5. So your percentage will be 9.4 x 9.5 = 89.3 % Marks.alex– :Is 6.5 CGPA good in engineering?

Piyush Bhartiya– :6.5 CGPA means you have scored 62 % marks and it not that good. CGPA above 8 in engineering is considered good and you can job easily after the completion.

mohsin– :What is a good CGPA?

Piyush Bhartiya– :If you score more than

8 CGPA in CBSE board, it will be considered as a good CGPA. A good CGPA will help you get to a good college. A good CGPA in your graduation will get you to get a good job as companies hire only the top 10% to 15% students of the batch. So it’s in your hand, how much efforts you make will help you throughout your career.Shivam– :How do I change my grade point to marks?

Piyush Bhartiya– :If you want to change the

grade point to marksfor you need to multiply it by 9.5. Eg- 9.5 x GP of the Subject= MarksTanisha– :What is CGPA and how is it calculated?

Piyush Bhartiya– :CGPA is the average marks, which is obtained by a student in all subjects within a course. In 2017 the Central Board of Secondary Education of India announced that the 10th Board results would be in the form of CGPA and the 12th Board results will be in theform of a percentage.To convert CGPA to Percentage, we need to multiply CGPA with 9.5 that will give us the percentage.Ansh– :Is CGPA and GPA same?

Piyush Bhartiya– :No CGPA and GPA are not the same.

GPA or Grade Point Averagewhich is calculated for a single term.CGPA or Cumulative Grade Point Averageis calculated for more than 2 terms. While GPA and CGPA have the same formula for overall GPA.Charul– :what is full form of CGPA?

Piyush Bhartiya– :The full form of CGPA is Cumulative Grade Point Average

Vishesh– :How is CGPA calculated?

Piyush Bhartiya– :To

calculate CGPA, we need to divide your total score of grade points with the number of subjects.Nikhil– :How is percentage calculated from CBSE CGPA?

Piyush Bhartiya– :To

convert CGPA to Percentage, we need tomultiply CGPA with 9.5that will give us the percentage. This formula is given byCBSE. For example, if your score is 9.8 CGPA, then in %, it will be 9.8*9.5=93.1%.Aman– :How to calculate cgpa from grade point?

Piyush Bhartiya– :To

calculate CGPA, we need to divide yourtotal score of grade points with the number of subjects.