Can you please tell me what is the rule for CGPA conversion from scale 10 to scale 4.0?
(e.g. I have a CGPA of 7.5/10, what is the equivalent on scale 4.0?)
Is it a simple unitary method, or some other method?
Please advice, as this information is required on the day of GMAT, and my university has a scoring on scale of 10.
Thanks a lot
i don't recall any test-day situations in which you'll have to report a GPA.
if you would report this information at any time, chances are that you'd report it during the test registration
process (i.e., while you're first signing up for the test).
on test day, you'll have to give the names of the b-schools to which you want to report your scores, but that's about it.
in any case:
the american 4.0 system works as follows:
[a+ = 4.3 or 4 1/3]
a = 4.0
a- = 3.7 or 3 2/3
b+ = 3.3 or 3 1/3
b = 3.0
b- = 2.7 or 2 2/3
c+ = 2.3 or 2 1/3
c = 2.0
c- = 1.7 or 1 2/3
d+ = 1.3 or 1 1/3
d = 1.0
d- = 0.7 or 2/3
f = 0
if you have equivalents of these grades, then, there you go.
if not, i have no idea how you'd make the conversion, although you probably can't go wrong by googling a search term such as "cgpa conversion table" or "convert cgpa".