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Latest News Update on CBSE.nic.in and CBSERESULTS.nic.in 10th Board Results 2015 Website May 27: The CBSE Class 10th (X) results 2015 will be declared soon on the official website of CBSE Cbseresults.nic.in & cbse.nic.in. Students are requested to keep their hall ticket details handy so as to check their results as soon as it is available online. Once you receive the results you can calculate your CGPA by following the instructions given below. Also Read - CBSE Board Exam 2021: Students Need Only 23% to Pass This Year? What Govt Said
The CBSE Class 10th (X) results 2015 will be declared on Thursday, May 27, 2015. All those students who are anticipating the SSC results, do you know how to calculate the CGPA? Now you can easily Read on to know how to calculate the Cumulative Grade Points Average (CGPA) once the CBSE Board SSC results 2015 are declared on the official website of CBSE: Cbseresults.nic.in & cbse.nic.in.
The percentage of marks are calculated on the basis of CGPA in the CBSE Board. The Cumulative Grade Points Average (CGPA) is nothing but the average of points obtained in all the subjects of the course. But this excludes the additional 6th subject as per Scheme of Studies of the CBSE Board. Once the results are declared on the official website of CBSE, the CGPA will also be mentioned on the CBSE results 2015.
But now you will be able to know how you can calculate your CGPA. Follow these simple steps to know how to calculate the CGPA. First calculate the sum of all the Grade Points (GP). Then divide the sum of each subject by 5. Also the overall representative marks percentage can be calculated by multiplying the CGPA with 9.5.(9.5 x CGPA). Students can calculate the subject wise indicative percentage of marks by following this step.