It has not been much longer than our Education system has shifted from the traditional Percentage based evaluation system to Grade/ GPA based evaluation system. So this has created confusions among the parents and guardians, also many students aren’t clear about the GPA based evaluation system. Therefore to help everyone in confusion we have brought a comparison table.

Please be advised that converting Grade Points into Percentage cannot be precise. The following table only shows a range of assumed percentages based on rough calculations which might not be necessarily accurate.

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8 Thoughts to “Grading system in Nepal”

1. Pooja

GPA 3.6 will be considered as A or A+?

3.6 GPA is A grade, the GPA greater than 3.6 is A+.

2. It is considered as A+
Formula is (3.6+1)×20

1. Mansih

Can you explain me why you add +1 in 3.6 gpa??

2. Akash Poudel

3.20 in 11 class exam what is my grade ?

A+ will be equivalent to four GPA, A to 3.6, B+ to 3.2, B to 2.8, C+ to 2.4, C to 2.0, D to 1.6, and E to 0.8.