Tools & Utilities

What is CGPA?

CGPA stands for Cumulative Grade Point Average.

How CGPA system works?

CGPA is average of all grade points across all the subjects. Please note that while mathematical formula remains same, but in some streams some subjects may be excluded from the calculation, so check your study stream/system for more specific information. In ICBSE/CBSE system in India the 6th subject from scheme of subjects is omitted from the calculation.

How can I convert/calculate Percentage from CGPA?

It is quite simple actually, if you know CGPA, just multiply CGPA with "9.5" number.

Why multiply with 9.5 only?

Board has derived this number from mathematical average of last 5 years of marks of all candidates who had scored between 91 - 100 marks, and the average was 95 marks. Since A1 grade is set at 10, the average marks (95), divided by 10 = 9.5

This calculator generates a Grade Chart and displays Overall Result by accepting a list of subjects along with their grades. It is applicable for students studying in schools affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).

 

CGPA calculator/conversion tool:

 

 

 

Click here for CBSE/ICBSE Percentile Calculator & Conversion Tool

 

Percentile is also commonly called as centile, is a statistical assessment of the percentage of students below and above the level you have scored out of total number of students.

A few terms related to percentile :

  • 25th percentile - first quartile
  • 50th percentile- median or second quartile
  • 75th percentile- third quartile

Some commonly asked questions about Percentile calculation -

What is CGPA?

CGPA stands for Cumulative Grade Point Average.

How CGPA system works?

CGPA is average of all grade points across all the subjects. Please note that while mathematical formula remains same, but in some streams some subjects may be excluded from the calculation, so check your study stream/system for more specific information. In ICBSE/CBSE system in India the 6th subject from scheme of subjects is omitted from the calculation.

 

Percentile calculator/conversion tool:

 

Click here for CBSE CGPA Calculator & Conversion Tool