# How to Convert SGPA to CGPA

Marks calculation is an important aspect of college and school life. Although there are numerous methods of carrying out the same task, the most used method of score calculation is the GPA method. The one aspect of this method that appears a little confusing but is a perfectly simple concept is the conversion from SGPA to CGPA. Even though both the concepts of SGPA and CGPA serve a similar purpose, they differ from each other and are calculated separately and through different methods. Before we move on to how to convert SGPA to CGPA, let us understand individually what the terms SGPA and CGPA mean.

## What is SGPA?

The marks we score in our schools or colleges can be calculated in different ways. One of the ways include SGPA. SGPA is the short form of sessional grade point average. It is the grade point average that is calculated at the end of an academic session. First, all the grade points of all the subjects in an academic year or session are collected together and then their average is found out. This is the SGPA calculated for that particular year or session. This is necessary for the SGPA to CGPA conversion. Having established the meaning of SGPA, let us have a look at what CGPA is.

## SGPA to CGPA: What is CGPA?

The other way to calculate the marks we score in our colleges or schools is through CGPA. The total marks we score in a complete academic term like the 1st year or 3rd year of college is calculated by CGPA. Simply put, CGPA is the short form of cumulative grade point average. The total marks that we score in both sessions of a college term or both half yearly examination in school, is taken together to calculate the CGPA scored in that academic term. Therefore, we know that an SGPA is an important factor in the SGPA to CGPA conversion.

## SGPA to CGPA: The Conversion

According to the definitions we have established of SGPA and CGPA, CGPA is the collective SGPA calculated at the end of the academic year. There is a definite formula that can help us in the conversion of SGPA to CGPA. You can use the CGPA calculator mentioned above to calculate SGPA. In basic terms, first, we need to calculate the SGPA of each individual session or semester, i.e. the average score of each subject included in the semester. Then, we divide the total of the SGPA of each semester or session by the number of semesters or sessions. For example:

CGPA of 1 college academic term = ( SGPA of semester 1+ SGPA of semester 2)/ 2

## SGPA to CGPA to Percentage

There are many instances when institutes release scores in the form of CGPA but when applying for universities abroad there is a need for those scores in percentage. This is why we have presented the method to calculate your percentage from your CGPA. The formula is quite easy, we first convert SGPA to CGPA and take the total CGPA and multiply it by 9.5 to come to a percentage. For better understanding have a look at the table below:

 CGPA CGPA*9.5 PERCENTAGE 8 8*9.5 76% 8.5 8.5*9.5 80.75% 9 9*9.5 85.5%

Therefore, do not confuse your CGPA to being equivalent to your overall percentage. In some schools and colleges, the CGPA or percentages are given a corresponding grade letter. For example,

 CGPA Grade 9.5-10 A+ 9-9.5 A 8.5-9 B+

So on and so forth.

The calculation of our academic performance through SGPA to CGPA is an easy process and helps in maintaining a healthy competition among students where the focus is on learning than trying to score the highest. There is still a lot of competition when applying for universities abroad, you don’t need to be stressed about this. The experts at Leverage Edu can help you realize your maximum potential to bridge the gap between you and your dream college.

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