How to Calculate CBSE 12th Percentage from CGPA Marks?

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Do you know how to calculate CBSE 12th percentage from CGPA marks? The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) implements a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) system for assessing the academic performance of Class 12 students. The CGPA system was introduced to encourage a more comprehensive assessment process and reduce student pressure associated with conventional score-based systems. Nonetheless, for further education pursuits, students need to convert their CGPA to a percentage, a requirement of many universities and colleges for admissions. In this article, we will discuss the CBSE Class 12 grading system, and how to calculate CBSE 12th percentage from CGPA marks.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will announce the results for the Class 12th board examinations soon. Once announced, eligible candidates will be able to check their results from either the official website or The CBSE board results are expected to be declared after May 20th. Additionally, the Board has provided 6-digit access codes for DigiLocker accounts of Class 12th students, which can be procured from their respective schools.

This year, approximately 39 lakh candidates registered for the CBSE class 10th and 12th Board exams 2024 nationwide. The Class 10 examinations were conducted from February 15 to March 13, while the Class 12 examinations were conducted from February 15 to April 2, 2024. Both exams were held in a single shift, running from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm.

How To Check CBSE 12th Result 2024 Online?

  • To check their results, students first go to the official website:
  • Now click on the link for the CBSE 12th result.
  • Enter your CBSE 12th roll number and your school number on the page (the school code is given on the admit card) and submit.
  • After submitting, your result will be on the screen in front of you.
  • Save and print your CBSE 12th mark sheet 2024 for future reference.

Students should check their class 12 mark sheet carefully as it will be used to take admission in graduation. The marksheet will also be used in professional life in search of a job. Those who had taken the Class 12 result 2024 should ensure that all the details printed on their scorecard are correct. If there is any mistake in any detail, then they should contact CBSE and get it rectified.

The board will also conduct compartment exams for those who have failed in one or two subjects. The dates for the same will be announced soon by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Students are advised to check for updates or information only on the official website.

How to Calculate CBSE 12th Percentage 2024?

To calculate the percentage, add all the numbers obtained in all the subjects and then divide them by the total subjects (5). Multiply it by 100 (or the total number of 5 subjects) by 100 to get your CBSE percentage marks. For example, let’s say you scored 52 in English, 50 in Maths, 72 in Physics, 80 in Chemistry, and 51 in Biology. Then, to calculate the percentage of marks you need 52+50+72+80+51 = 305, now to calculate the percentage (305/500) X 100 = 61%

How to Calculate CBSE 12th Percentage from CGPA Marks?

To convert their CBSE Class 12 board CGPA into a percentage, students need to follow the steps given below:

  • Add the grade marks of all the main subjects.
  • Divide the added digits by five.
  • Now, multiply the results of your CGPA by 9.5.
  • After that, your CGPA will be converted into percentile.

For example: Suppose, the marks obtained in five main subjects are as follows:

Topic 1 = 9.2
Topic 2 = 8.9
Topic 3 = 9.5
Topic 4 = 8.2
Topic 5 =8.8
Now, the Total even of all subjects = 44.6
So divide this total CGPA by five (44.6)/5 = 8.92
After which your marks will be converted into preferences by multiplying 9.5 with CGPA. E.g. 8.92*9.5 = 84.74%

CBSE Board Class 12th Markhseet Grades 2024

Marks Grades Grades Points
91 – 100 A1 10
81 – 90 A2 9
71 – 80 B1 8
61- 70 B2 7
51 – 60 C1 6
41 – 50 C2 5
33 – 40 D1 4
21 – 32 D2 C
0 – 20 E C

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