# How to Calculate GPA From Marks

Last Updated on May 14, 2024 by Team College Learners

Grade point average (GPA) can be calculated from marks and letter grades. When this calculation is required, the formula depends on whether a semester or quarter system is used, and also whether the marks have been normalized.

Calculating GPA from percentage can be a useful tool for students to track their academic performance and set goals for improvement. By converting percentage grades into a GPA format, students can better understand their standing in comparison to their peers and make informed decisions about their academic future. The process involves dividing the percentage by 100 and then multiplying by 4 to get the GPA equivalent. For example, if you have taken 12 credit hours and earned a total of 35.9 grade points, you can calculate your GPA by dividing the grade points by the number of hours attempted.

##### Grade Points Calculation

###### Credit Hours

- 4 hours
- 3 hours
- 5 hours
- 2 hours
- 6 hours

###### Grade

- A (4.0)
- B+ (3.5)
- C (2.0)
- A- (3.7)
- B (3.0)

###### Grade Points

- 16.0
- 10.5
- 10.0
- 7.4
- 18.0

Total Grade Points | 62.9 |
---|---|

Total Credit Hours | 20 hours |

GPA | 3.15 |

##### Formulas Used:

- GPA x Hours = Grade Points
- Grade Points / attempted Hours = GPA

The admission process at universities typically includes submitting an application, providing transcripts and test scores, writing essays, and possibly attending an interview. In addition to meeting the minimum GPA requirement, students may also be required to meet other admission criteria such as demonstrating leadership skills, participating in extracurricular activities, and obtaining letters of recommendation. It is important for students to thoroughly research and understand the admission requirements for each university they are interested in applying to.

When applying to a university, students should carefully review the admission requirements and ensure that they meet all the criteria before submitting their application. It is important to pay attention to deadlines, gather all required documents, and follow the application instructions closely to increase the chances of acceptance. The admission process can be competitive, so it is essential for students to present themselves in the best possible light and showcase their academic achievements and potential for success in higher education.

## how to calculate gPA from marks

The **conversion formulas** for different universities differ broadly, in the case of India **the US GPA is a 4 point scale**. 100% is taken to be 100 points hence,** 25 points in percentage are equal to 1 GPA **in the GPA system.

Divide your** percentage with 100 and then multiply it by 4**. For example – **80/100*4 = 3.2 GPA**. In some other countries, the system is different where a particular range of percentages is dedicated to a **particular GPA**, for example, **75 – 79 is 3.3 GPA **and** 80 – 84 is 3.7 GPA**. The formulas and range are not absolute values and it is a rough estimate of your score.

## GPA To Percentage in 4.3 Scale

According to the** 4.3 scales, 90 – 100 percentage gives you a 4.3 GPA**. If your percentage ranges from** 85 – 89 **then the** GPA calculated is 4**. This is a general reference and it differs from college to college and country to country.

The corresponding grades are** A+ and A** for the** mentioned GPAs**. The other scores are listed below

Letter | Percentage | 4.3 Scale |
---|---|---|

A+ | 90-100 | 4.3 |

A | 85-89 | 4 |

A- | 80-84 | 3.7 |

B+ | 77-79 | 3.3 |

B | 73-76 | 3 |

B- | 70-72 | 2.7 |

C+ | 65-69 | 2.3 |

C | 60-64 | 2 |

C- | 55-59 | 1.7 |

D | 50-54 | 1 |

F | 0-49 | 0 |

## GPA to Percentage Out of 5.0 Scale

According to the **5 scale, 93 – 100 percentage gives you a 5 GPA.** If your percentage ranges from **90 – 92 then the GPA calculated is 4.7 .** This is a general reference and it differs from college to college and country to country.

The letter grade then varies accordingly where **5.0 GPA is A+ and 4.7 GPA is A and so on.** The grading scale is** HD – high distinction, D – distinction, C – credit, P – pass, F – fail.** The formulas and range are not absolute values and it is a rough estimate of your score. This score is very important for college admissions.

The formulas and range are not absolute values and it is a rough estimate of your score. This score is very important for college admissions.

## GPA to percentage Out of 4.0 Scale

According to the** 4 scale, 60 – 100 percentage gives you a 4 GPA.** If your percentage ranges from **55– 59 then the GPA calculated is 3.5 **in the Indian system and US grade points.

This is the** standardized version of calculating GPA** on a scale of 4 although many other scores add up to your final score hence the GPA score can range differently.

You can find out a rough estimate from these ranges. These GPAs is a minimum requirement India and abroad for various Bachelor’s and Master’s degree, in India **CGPA is more popular which is Cumulative Grade Point Average.**

## 3.5 GPA To Percentage

**3.5 GPA to percentage** is equal to **90%** and it is an** excellent grade** denoted by ** ‘A’** under 4.0 scale. GPA is calculated on the basis of **individual grades, no. of semester hour and sequence of course credits**. There are many universities that consider percentage rather than GPA. Check out the GPA to percentage conversion table.

4 | 95-100 | A |

3.9 | 94 | A |

3.8 | 93 | A |

3.7 | 92 | A |

3.6 | 91 | A |

3.5 | 90 | A |

3.4 | 89 | B |

3.3 | 88 | B |

3.2 | 87 | B |

3.1 | 86 | B |

3 | 85 | B |

2.9 | 84 | B |

2.8 | 83 | B |

2.7 | 82 | B |

2.6 | 81 | B |

2.5 | 80 | B |

2.4 | 79 | C |

2.3 | 78 | C |

2.2 | 77 | C |

2.1 | 76 | C |

2 | 75 | C |

1.9 | 74 | C |

1.8 | 73 | C |

1.7 | 72 | C |

1.6 | 71 | C |

1.5 | 70 | C |

1.4 | 69 | D |

1.3 | 68 | D |

1.2 | 67 | D |

1.1 | 66 | D |

1 | 65 | D |

## What is GPA To Percentage Grade?

After finding out the** GPA of your percentage** through the above formula in a rough estimate, you can check the grade of your GPA, for example, if your **GPA is 4.0** then** your grade assigned is A** and if your** GPA is 3.3** then your **grade assigned is B+.**

This grading system is followed in** US public schools** whereas it is different for different countries. In case of grading assignments if you get** 9 scores out of 10 **according to the** percentage-based system it is 90%**.

The students are then ranked according to their grades and rewarded.

## How To Convert GPA Into Percentage In India?

India is having a different system for the **GPA to Percentage scale** and it is very different from the international scale used in US, Canada, and Australia. The **international students** might get confused with the Indian system.

**GPA to Percentage Calculator on 10.0 Scale**

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In the US the GPA system is 4.0 band and in Australia the band is 7.0. In the Indian GPA system,** the band is 10 points,** firstly the **marks are converted into percentage **and then it is converted into **GPA points out of 10. 60 – 100** percentage is an **A grade and 55 – 59 percentage is a B+ grade**.

## What Is The 4.5 GPA To Percentage Conversion In Australia?

Australia maintains a** grading system on 7.0 band.** The **grade point of 4.3 **commonly is considered a pass and the** range is 4.0 – 4.99** and the** grade is C. **The grading scale is** HD – high distinction, D – distinction, C – credit, P – pass, F – fail.** If you secure a 4.5 GPA then your percentage is 50%. The conversions for **Australian universities** are more or less the same for calculating** GPA scores**.

Online there are many websites wherein you can calculate your GPA and grades according to the percentage. The system is similar to that of the** USA.**

## What Is CGPA To Percentage Conversion Certificate?

The **CGPA conversion certificate** is required for the **Indian Navy**, it is available on the backside of the mark sheet. You can find your **CGPA by multiplying your CGPA with 9.5.**

The** conversion certificate** for different universities ranges differently. In Anna University there is an option available for online requests for the CGPA conversion certificates.

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After finding out the** GPA of your percentage **through the general formula in a rough estimate, you can check the** grade of your GPA,** for example, if your **GPA is 4.0** then your **grade assigned is A **and if your **GPA is 3.3 then your grade assigned is B+ **.

This grading system is followed in** US public schools **whereas it is different for different countries. In case of grading assignments if you get **9 scores out of 10 according **to the **percentage-based system it is 90%**. The students are then ranked according to their grades and rewarded.

## GPA v/s Percentage

The** GPA system** has been used by **schools and colleges** for many years, it gives an overview of student performance at a glance. The** GPA system **also overshadows** the percentage system** which is ancient and is often used as a weapon to students to fight for a good score, **in case of GPA the score range is very broad and the cumulative of assignments and exams team up to make the GPA higher.**

There are** many GPA to percentage converters** available online and with general formulas and you can calculate it on your own. **The GPA scores can vary from country to country.**

## GPA to percentage in UK

GPA | UK module marks | UK degree classification |
---|---|---|

4 | 70+ | First-class honours |

3.7 | 65-69 | Upper-second class honours |

3.3 | 60-64 | Upper-second class honours |

3 | 55-59 | Lower-second class honours |

2.7 | 50-54 | Lower-second class honors |

2.3 | 45-49 | Third class honours |

2 | 40-44 | Third class honors |

1 | 35-39 | Ordinary/Unclassified |

0 | Below 35 | Ordinary/Unclassified |

UK also follows **4 point grade system** and their degree is classified as above. The data given may range from** college to college **and this can be used as** a general reference of the score.**

## GPA to percentage in USA

If your **GPA is 4.0 **then your grade assigned is **A and if your GPA is 3.3** then your **grade assigned is B+.** This grading system is followed in US public schools whereas it is different for different countries.

In case of grading assignments if** you get 9 scores out of 10** according to the **percentage-based system it is 90%.** The students are then ranked according to their grades and rewarded.

The **GPA grades **we know are standardized according to the** US system whereas in India **there is a **completely different convention of CGPA **and **GPA system where your score is given out of 10.**

## How much GPA you will need for McGill University?

In McGill University the **CGPA score is out of 4, 85 – 100 percentile score**is a **4 GPA and 80 – 84 is a 3.7 GPA.** The cut – off score to get into this university is **3.0 out of 4.0 , or a 3.2 out of 4.0 GPA i**n the last two years.

In some degrees and courses of the university, a **higher GPA or CGPA** is required and the **list of GPA is available on their official website.** The courses in the university are graded by **letter grades, percentages, and CGPAs. **For the official record, the letter grade is considered. You must obtain a **C grade or better to fulfill the program requirements.**

## What is GPA to Percentage at Ryerson University?

The Ryerson University follows the** 4.3 scale GPA system. **According to the **4.3 scale, 90 – 100 percentage gives you a 4.3 GPA**. If your percentage ranges from 85 – 89 then the GPA calculated is 4.

Letter | Percentage | 4.33 Scale |
---|---|---|

A+ | 90-100 | 4.33 |

A | 85-89 | 4 |

A- | 80-84 | 3.67 |

B+ | 77-79 | 3.33 |

B | 73-76 | 3 |

B- | 70-72 | 2.67 |

C+ | 67-69 | 2.33 |

C | 63-66 | 2 |

C- | 60-62 | 1.67 |

D+ | 57-59 | 1.33 |

D | 53-56 | 1 |

D- | 50-52 | 0.67 |

F | 0-49 |

The minimum GPA required for admission in Ryerson is 3 out of 4.33 in the last two years of study and four for a bachelor’s degree.

## How to compare Canadian GPA to Indian Percentage?

**Canada universities **also follow a** 4.0 scale or 4.33 scale of GPA**. The universities following it are University of Calgary, Newfoundland, McGill University while in the **Ontario universities **the** GPA scale is of 10 point.**

In many colleges **the percentage system doesn’t include GPA **and letter grades are given based on the percentages and it is one of the easiest ways for the **universities to show up their good record.**

The description is **exceptional, excellent, good, satisfactory, acceptable, easily acceptable, etc** for **scores of A+, A, B,C,D respectively.**

**FAQ**** How do you convert GPA to a percentage?**

**Ans. **The **conversion formulas** for different universities differ broadly, in the case of India **the US GPA is a 4 point scale**. 100% is taken to be 100 points hence,** 25 points in percentage are equal to 1 GPA **in the GPA system.

Divide your** percentage with 100 and then multiply it by 4**. For example – **80/100*4 = 3.2 GPA**. In some other countries, the system is different where a particular range of percentages is dedicated to a **particular GPA**, for example, **75 – 79 is 3.3 GPA **and** 80 – 84 is 3.7 GPA**. The formulas and range are not absolute values and it is a rough estimate of your score.** How to convert GPA to Percentage out of 5.0 Scale?**

**Ans. **According to the **5 scale, 93 – 100 percentage gives you a 5 GPA.** If your percentage ranges from **90 – 92 then the GPA calculated is 4.7.** This is a general reference and it differs from college to college and country to country.

The letter grade then varies accordingly where **5.0 GPA is A+ and 4.7 GPA is A and so on.** The grading scale is** HD – high distinction, D – distinction, C – credit, P – pass, F – fail.** The formulas and range are not absolute values and it is a rough estimate of your score. This score is very important for college admissions.** How to convert GPA to percentage Out of 4.0 Scale?**

**Ans. **According to the** 4 scale, 60 – 100 percentage gives you a 4 GPA.** If your percentage ranges from **55– 59 then the GPA calculated is 3.5 **in the Indian system and US grade points.

This is the** standardized version of calculating GPA** on a scale of 4 although many other scores add up to your final score hence the GPA score can range differently. You can find out a rough estimate from these ranges. These GPAs is a minimum requirement India and abroad for various Bachelor’s and Master’s degree, in India **CGPA is more popular which is Cumulative Grade Point Average.**** What percentage is 10 GPA?**

**Ans. **For converting GPA to Percentage you need to multiple your GPA with 9.5. So 10 GPA is equal to (10*9.5) 95%.