** GPA** is the final marks that are obtained from a particular unit or marks obtained in a semester. The percentage

**. There is a formula for the conversion of the**

*can be converted into GPA form***, using the particular formula students can obtain their marks in**

*percentage to GPA***.**

*percentage to GPA*Marks are significant for a student to gain success in every field in the mere future. In today’s fast-paced world people choose those who are smart and have knowledge and experience about the area they are applying in.

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

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**Convert Percentage to GPA**

As we all know, in today’s fast-paced world people only choose for experience and knowledge. People expect the best from their employees or from students.

Grade | Percentage | GPA | CGPA |
---|---|---|---|

A+ | 85 - 100 | 4 | > 8.5 |

A+ | 80 - 84 | 3.7 | 8.0 - 8.4 |

B+ | 75 - 79 | 3.3 | 7.5 - 7.9 |

B | 70 - 74 | 3 | 7.0 - 7.4 |

B- | 65 - 69 | 2.7 | 6.5 - 6.9 |

C+ | 60 - 64 | 2.3 | 6.0 - 6.4 |

C | 55 - 59 | 2 | 5.5 - 5.9 |

C- | 50 - 54 | 1.7 | 5.0 - 5.4 |

D | 45 - 49 | 1.3 | 4.5 - 4.9 |

D | 40 - 44 | 1 | 4.0 - 4.4 |

F | 0 - 39 | 0 | 0 - 3.9 |

Therefore, parents and teachers also expect the best results from their children. Whether the marks are in** percentage** form or in

**, the number matters the most.**

*GPA***Also Read: ****GPA AND CGPA- Comparison and Difference**

**How to Convert Percentage to GPA Out of 10?**

Marks are very important in a student’s life as it is the key to a successful future. Whether the marks are in terms of percentage or in terms of GPA, numbers increase or decrease, but the value can fluctuate many times.

**The percentage can be converted out of 10, there are ways to convert a percentage to GPA out of 10, the process is as follows:**

- 25 points in percentage are equal to 1 point in GPA.
- Many universities across the globe like Universities in Europe follow the 10 point GPA pattern.
- Students need to multiply or divide their percentage marks with 9.5.
- Most of the time, students multiply their percentage marks with 9.5.
**GPA= Percentage/9.5****Or, GPA= Percentage*9.5.**- Example: A’s Percentage is 85%.
- Therefore, 85/9.5.
- 85/9.5=8.9.
- 8.9 can be categorized under ‘Good’ GPA.

COMPONENTS | PERCENTAGE | GPA |

Test 1 | 65% | 2.7 |

Test 2 | 75% | 3.3 |

Test 3 | 85% | 4 |

**Also Read: ****CGPA to Percentage?**

**Percentage to GPA in India**

With such a powerful history, the country is also famous for its education system which not only promotes theoretical but enhances practical knowledge as well.

**Many Indian Institutions use a different formula for conversion****Majority of the Indian Institutions follow the formulas used in countries such as the USA or UK.****Indian Universities mostly use the technique to divide the percentage marks with 100.****After dividing the marks with 100, further students need to multiply the amount with 4.****Example: If A’s marks are 75%.****Divide 75/100.****After dividing 75/100 multiply the amount by 4.****75/100*4.****The GPA will be 3.****Majority of the counties around the globe, use the similar formula.**

India is a country where there are minds of successful Engineers, Doctors and Scientists, who are famous all around the world, a country with so many successful minds have many world-famous institutions like, Indian Institute of Technology, Indian Institute of Management etc.

**Also Read:**** What is SGPA?- SGPA to Percentage**

**Percentage to GPA 10 Scale India**

** Indian Universities** also use a similar formula which is used in the majority of the Universities specifically in USA, UK, Europe etc.

Whether the marks are in the form of a ** percentage** or in the form of

**, the number and its value should be maintained and is very important for the Indian Universities.**

*GPA***The process of conversion of Percentage to GPA out of 10 is as given below:**

**25 points in percentage are equal to 1 point in GPA.****Many universities across the globe, Example Universities in Europe follow the 10 point GPA pattern.****Students need to multiply or divide their percentage marks with 9.5.****Most of the time, students multiply their percentage marks with 9.5.****GPA= Percentage/9.5****Or, GPA= Percentage*9.5.****Example: A’s Percentage is 85%.****Therefore, 85/9.5.****85/9.5=8.9.****8.9 can be categorized under ‘Good’ GPA.**

COMPONENTS | PERCENTAGE | GPA |

Test 1 | 65% | 2.7 |

Test 2 | 75% | 3.3 |

Test 3 | 85% | 4 |

**FAQ’s**

**✅ What does GPA stand for?****Ans.** GPA stands for Grade Point Average.

**✅ What do you mean by GPA?****Ans.**GPA means the marks a student has obtained in a particular semester or in a unit.

**✅ What do you mean by percentage?****Ans. **Percentage means a rate, amount, or number in terms of a hundred.

**✅ What is the formula for converting a percentage into GPA?****Ans. **The formula is X/100*4.

**✅ What is the formula for converting a percentage into GPA out of 10?****Ans. **The formula is X/9.5 or X*9.5.

**✅ How many points of percentage = 1 GPA?****Ans.**25 points of percentage=1 GPA.

**✅ Is the formula of conversion used in Indian Universities for Percentage to GPA similar to the universities situated in abroad?****Ans.** Yes, most of the Universities use similar formulas for the conversion process as of Indian Universities.

**✅ What are the grades obtained after converting in GPA form from a percentage?****Ans. **

Grade | Percentage | GPA | CGPA |
---|---|---|---|

A+ | 85 - 100 | 4 | > 8.5 |

A+ | 80 - 84 | 3.7 | 8.0 - 8.4 |

B+ | 75 - 79 | 3.3 | 7.5 - 7.9 |

B | 70 - 74 | 3 | 7.0 - 7.4 |

B- | 65 - 69 | 2.7 | 6.5 - 6.9 |

C+ | 60 - 64 | 2.3 | 6.0 - 6.4 |

C | 55 - 59 | 2 | 5.5 - 5.9 |

C- | 50 - 54 | 1.7 | 5.0 - 5.4 |

D | 45 - 49 | 1.3 | 4.5 - 4.9 |

D | 40 - 44 | 1 | 4.0 - 4.4 |

F | 0 - 39 | 0 | 0 - 3.9 |

**✅ Is the formula of conversion used in Indian Universities for Percentage to GPA out of 10 similar to the universities situated in abroad?****Ans. **Yes, the majority of the universities use a similar method of calculating the percentage to GPA out of 10 in a similar manner and does have the same formula of multiplying or dividing the amount by 9.5.

**✅ Is 4.2 can be considered as ‘GOOD’ GPA?****Ans.**4.2 will be graded under B’s or B+, which will be termed under ‘Good’ GPA average.

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