GPA or the Grade Point Average is a ranking system used to assess the performance and talents of the students. This ranking system is used in a majority of the institutions world wide. GPA is calculated on a scale of 4-point, 7-point and 10-point. The U.S. GPA is calculated on a 4.0 scale. Below is the Grade point average ranking system followed in the USA. The U.S. universities usually embrace a 4- point GPA scale. This chart shows the equivalent Grade point average for marks scored in percentage.
|Percentage to Grade Point Average for USA|
|Percentage Range||Grade||Grade Point|
|90% - 100%||A||4.0 (A+ = 4.33; A- = 3.67)|
|80% - 89.9%||B||3.0 (B+ = 3.33; B- = 2.67)|
|70% - 79.9%||C||2.0 (C+ = 2.33; C- = 1.67)|
|60% - 69.9%||D||1.0 (D+ = 1.33; D- = 0.67)|