In the grading system, the results of the students are released in the form of grades (A-1, A-2, B1, B2) instead of percentages. Due to this, it becomes a bit difficult for the students to convert their marks into percentages. Let us know this in an easy way. If 1000 students appeared in the exam this year and out of these, 800 passed. First of all, there will be an A+ grade on the basis of merit. Based on the 1/8 formula, the first 100 students out of 800 will get an A-1 grade. Now for the remaining 700 students, again, the 1/8th formula will be applicable and will give an A-2 grade to about 88 students. Out of the remaining 612 students, 76 will get a B-1 grade. Similarly, the formula of 1/8 will be applied to the remaining children. This means 67 students will get a B-2 grade. Similarly, further grading will be done for C-1, C-2, D, and E. Separate points will be given for each grade.
CBSE releases its exam results on the basis of a nine-point scale grading system. Know how many numbers are there in which grade.
A-1 Grade: A-1 grade is given if the number comes between 91 to 100. Grade points are 10 in this.
A-2 grade: A-2 grade is given if the number is between 81 to 90. Its grade point is 9.
B-1 Grade: B-1 grade is considered when the number comes between 71 to 80. It consists of 8 grade points.
B-2 Grade: B-2 grade is given if the number is between 61 to 70. Grade point is 7 in this.
C-1 Grade: C-1 grade is given if the number comes between 51 to 60. It consists of 6 grade points.
C-2 Grade: C-2 grade is given if the number is between 40 to 50. There are 5 grade points in this.
D Grade: If there are marks between 33 to 40, then D grade is given. Grade point 4 is available in this.
E-1 Grade: This grade is given if the number is between 21 to 32.
E-2 Grade: A number between 00 and 20 is considered an E-2 grade.
After calculating all the numbers, students need to multiply their CGPA score by 9.5. If your CGPA score is 8.8, then you have to multiply 8.8 by 9.5. So your overall percentage will be 9.5*8.8 = 83.6%.
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