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    how to convert percentage to gpa?????

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    hi all,
    i have got 74.06 percent in my B.E from indian university .i wanted to that how this %tage is converted to gpa?

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    hey...
    you should mention percentage most universities will do it themselves...they have many international students so they will have an idea of Indian grading system

    best of luck

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    hi

    hi ,
    thanks for the info.
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    if your percentage is 74.06 all you have to do is:
    ((74.06/20)-1) = 2.703

    let's say there is some one whose percentage is 100 ;p
    ((100/20)-1) = 4

    all the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by rajeev1981 View Post
    hi all,
    i have got 74.06 percent in my B.E from indian university .i wanted to that how this %tage is converted to gpa?

    i think it would be 7.4\2=3.7

    most of university calculate by this rule as percentage above 80% r considered as 4 gpa.

    hope this will help.

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    In some cases it is true but I suggest that we leave it to the universities to convert %age to GPA

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    Different organizations seem to adapt different methods of conversion between scores. However, I found a conversion chart for 4 scale GPA to percentage and vice-versa here:

    Converting Percentage to GPA Grades

    I hope you'll find this page helpful with your conversions.

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    Don't ever try to convert on your own. US universities are very specific about this unless told otherwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ano83 View Post
    if your percentage is 74.06 all you have to do is:
    ((74.06/20)-1) = 2.703

    let's say there is some one whose percentage is 100 ;p
    ((100/20)-1) = 4

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    this is completely wrong. This person does not know what he is talking about. Universities have their own system of converting % to GPA.

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