#1
19th May 2020, 12:37 PM




How to calculate the overall and final percentage of the Graduate degree course?
I have a question regarding the eligibility of graduates. That is 55% right? But the aggregate of 6 semester i.e., all 3 years or just the last year i.e., 5th and 6th semester. Please clarify.

#2
20th May 2020, 01:16 PM




Re: How to calculate the overall and final percentage of the Graduate degree course?
••• Add up your total semester/yearly score and divide by the number of semesters or years and multiply that by hundred.
•••For example •Suppose you have 6 semesters in UG course: 1st sem  80 2nd sem  79 3rd sem  85 4th sem  78 5th sem  78 6th sem  80 Average : (80+79+85+78+78+80) /6 = 80 Percentage  80% 
#3
20th May 2020, 04:07 PM




Re: How to calculate the overall and final percentage of the Graduate degree course?
To calculate percentage of all semesters of graduation follow these steps:
 Add all the aggregates or sgpa of all semesters.  Divide the sum by 6 and multiply by 100.  You will get your percentage. 
#4
22nd May 2020, 12:31 AM




Re: How to calculate the overall and final percentage of the Graduate degree course?
The overall or final percentage of marks in graduation degree is calculated by taking the cumulative average of pecentage of marks secured by candidates in all semester examinations.
In case evaluation is done in grade, then one is required to convert his/her final grades into equivalent percentage by using a method/formula suggested by the concerned university. 
#5
22nd May 2020, 06:00 PM




Re: How to calculate the overall and final percentage of the Graduate degree course?
Always percentage of marks in Graduation is calculated as average percentage of all the 6 semesters
Simple example is, if you have scored 40% of marks in 1st semester, 50% of marks in 2nd semester, 60% of marks in 3rd semester, 70% of marks in 4th semester, 80% of marks in 5th semester and 90% of marks in 6th semester, then your aggregate percentage of marks in Graduation is an average of 40,50,60,70,80 and 90 which is 65%. Hope you get clarity on this. It does not matter whether you have scored high percentage of marks or low percentage of marks in final 2 semesters. Only thing that matters is the aggregate percentage of marks which is the average of all 6 semesters percentages. I suggest you to have good preparation for the Entrance Exam for higher studies and crack it. 
#6
23rd May 2020, 04:03 PM




Re: How to calculate the overall and final percentage of the Graduate degree course?
In your graduation you must be having semester approach or a year approach.
Just add up your total semester or yearly semester score and divide by the number of semester/year and multiply that by hundred. 
#7
23rd May 2020, 09:17 PM




Re: How to calculate the overall and final percentage of the Graduate degree course?
Aggregate percentage of Marks is including all the semesters marks average percentage of total 3 years. The candidates scoring less than 33 percentage of marks (Agregate score )considered as not qualified. Even Individual semester they have scored any subject below 33 percentage then that particular subject is considered as failed and the candidate shall have to take the exam again in next year.


