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# What is Shortcut Formula CGPA to Percentage Calculator Conversion?

Shortcut Formula CGPA to % Conversion: The answer of above question very simple to convert CGPA conversion to Percentage calculations.

### How to Convert CGPA to Percentage Calculator?

उत्तर: As now it's very easy to convert CGPA to % Formula Calculator from this page.  In our previous article we have already explain CGPA full form and now teachers will be able to understand the process of calculate percentage from cgpa.  The grade point and percentage of marks will be accessed in 02 different ways through grading pattern and cgpa.  Other required information of Convert CGPA to Percentage Calculator regarding CBSE Grade System Formula, shortcut and conversion process etc is mentioned below………………………
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### >> Details of CGPA to Percentage Calculator:

This method is used by CBSE to calculate overall indicative percentage by multiply CGPA with 9.5.  In this board took the results of the last 05 years and calculate the average marks of all candidates who had scored between 91 and 100 and that average is approx 95 marks.  The equivalent Grade Point for the 91 - 100 marks range is A1 grade of marks is 10, it then divided the average result of 95 by 10. The result is 9.5.

### >> How to Convert CGPA to Percentage Calculator?

Answer: There are 02 methods to get percentage from cgpa issued by CBSE.  These are as follows: -
a) Subject wise indicative percentage of marks = 9.5 x GP (Grade Point) of the Subject
b) Overall indicative percentage of marks = 9.5 x CGPA

CGPA Formula Percentage Calculate Format:
 Class 9 c Subject: a/b/c Term I Sno. Name of student FA1 (10) G FA2 (10) G SA1 (30) G T1 (50) % G 1 Vikram 9.5 A1 9 A2 26 A2 44.5 89 A2 Class 9 c Subject: a/b/c Term II Sno. Name of student FA1 (10) G FA2 (10) G SA2 (30) G T2 (50) % G 1 Vikram 7 B2 7 B2 24 B1 38 76 B1 Class 9 c Subject: a/b/c Total = T1 + T2 Sno. Name of student (50) T1 (50) T2 100 G.T F.G 1 Vikram 44.5 38 82.5 A2
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The above formula given by CBSE to convert grades into marks and percentage is based on approximation and not exact figures. You can also confirm from the concerned department for the same.