September 26, 2019
Since 2016 AD Office of Controller of Examination started publishing Secondary Education Examination (SEE) in grading system (GPA) in contrast to previous subject wise percentage-marks system. Many developed countries had already started grade system instead of percentage and majority of developing nations are following same patterns. There are many pros compared to cons to why grading system is better than percentage.
One of the great benefit of grading system is that weak students and struggling students do not need to be demotivated by comparing their others performance. Teachers might find ease comparing students by marks and percentage but for students healthy mind and healthy competition grading system will always prove helpful.
Despite of pros and cons students might have this curiosity how much percentage would their gpa converts to? To solve this quest we have developed a simple gpa to percentage and vice versa calculator.
|Percentage obtained||Grade||Grade description||Grade point|
|>= 90%||A+||Outstanding||3.6 - 4|
|>=80% AND <90%||A||Excellent||3.2 - 3.6|
|>=70% AND <80%||B+||Very Good||2.8 - 3.2|
|>=60% AND <70%||B||Good||2.4 - 2.8|
|>=50% AND <60%||C+||Above Average||2.0 - 2.4|
|>=40% AND <50%||C||Average||1.6 - 2.0|
|>=25% AND <40%||D||Below Average||0.8 - 1.6|
|>=1% AND <25%||E||Insufficient||0 - 0.8|
National Examination Board Grading System is as follows. NEB has graded the result in nine groups.
90 – 100 A+
80 – 89 A
70 – 79 B+
60 – 69 B
50 – 59 C+
40 – 49 C
30 – 39 D+ (NEB re-exam on the particular subject doable to D+ or below score)
20 – 29 D
0 – 19 E
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