To convert CGPA to percentage, all you need to do is **multiply your CGPA by 9.5**. This formula is provided on the official website of CBSE for class IX and X.

For example, if you have got 9.4 CGPA then the equivalent percentage would be 9.4*9.5 = 89.3

#### Abbreviations in CBSE Results

Another common thing found in a result card is the abbreviations which can indicate several things from being absent to not eligible. The table below has a list of some common ones:

Abbreviations |
Description |

EIOP |
Eligible for Improvement of Performance |

ABST |
Absent |

QUAL |
Qualified for Admission to Higher Classes |

N.E |
Not Eligible |

R.W |
Result Withheld |

UFM |
Unfair Means |

TRNS |
Transfer Case |

N.R |
Not Registered |

SJD |
Subjudice |

XXXX |
Appeared for Upgradation of Performance/ Additional Subject |

NIOP |
Not Eligible for Improvement of Performance |

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## FAQs

**How to convert CGPA to percentage?**To convert ** CGPA to percentage**, all you need to do is multiply your

**by**

*CGPA***9.5**. This formula is provided on the official website of CBSE for class IX and X. For example, if you have got 9.4 CGPA then the equivalent percentage would be 9.4*9.5 = 89.3%.

**What % is 7.6 CGPA?**To determine the % equivalent of 7.6, you need to multiply this number by 9.5. 7.6X9.5 = 72.2%.

**What is the % of 6.8 CGPA?**If you want to calculate the percentage conversion of 6.8, then multiply it by 9.5.

Therefore, 6.8X9.5 = 64.6%.

**How is it different from GPA?**

While both CGPA and GPA are indicators of academic performance in numerical form. The** major difference between CGPA and GPA** is that GPA is measured for a single unit or test while GCPA is a combined or cumulative measured result for all the subjects.

**What is CGPA?**CGPA is a grading system that awards candidates points out of 10 points for an academic session. It became popular in 2017 when CBSE announced that 10th Board results will now be as per the CGPA system.

**How can I calculate CGPA marks?**CBSE has provided a simple formula for students to convert their grades and CGPA to percentage. To find an indicative equivalence of grade point and percentage of marks, you can follow these pointers:

– Subject-wise indicative percentage of marks= Multiply the Grade Point of Subject x 9.5.

– Overall indicative percentage of marks= CGPA x 9.5

This is the formula that has been given by CBSE for converting grades into marks and percentage.

**What is the formula to calculate CGPA?**Add all the points you have received in a particular session and divide the total by 5. For example, if you have scored 8,8,9,9,10 then your overall score would be 34/5 = 8.8. This would be your CGPA. In order to get the percentage, multiply 8.8 by 9.5 and the answer will be 83.6%.

**What are the additional subjects in the marksheet? Are these part of the overall CGPA?**There are only 5 core subjects in CBSE class IX and X curriculum. if a candidate has taken the 6th subject then that falls as the additional subject. However, CGPA is calculated on the basis of 5 subjects only.

**How to calculate CGPA if only subject grade points are given?**Consider the example given below in order to understand the calculation of CGPA when subject grade points are given:

**Subject 1 -> **9

**Subject 2 -> **10

**Subject 3 -> **8

**Subject 4 -> **7

**Subject 5 -> **8

Total = 42/5 = 8.4

Equivalent Percentage = 8.4*9.5 = 79.8%

**How is CGPA and GPA calculated?**To calculate the percentage candidates can divide the percentage by 25 this would make your grade point average as 4, this is the formula to convert percentage to GPA. For example, if you have to derive the GPA equivalent of 89% then simply divide the number by 25. Therefore the GPA is 89/25= 3.56.

**How to convert grades to percentage?**The easiest way to convert grades into percentage is to find the equivalent percentage for them and then taking an average of all the subjects.

**How is CGPA calculated in class 12th?**To obtain CGPA from your class 12 percentage, you simply need to divide the overall percentage by 9.5, the resultant number will be your CGPA.

**How is CGPA calculated in class 10th?**To calculate the CGPA in class 10th, you can simply divide the overall percentage by 9.5 to obtain the equivalent CGPA.