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How to Convert CGPA into German Grading System?


CGPA (Best: 4.0, Worst: 2.0) German Grading System (Best: 1.0, Worst:5.0)
4.0 1.0 (Very Good)
3.9 1.15 (Very Good)
3.8 1.30 (Very Good)
3.7 1.45 (Very Good)
3.6 1.60 (Good)
3.5 1.75 (Good)
3.4 1.90 (Good)
3.3 2.05 (Good)
3.2 2.20 (Good)
3.1 2.35 (Good)
3.0 2.50 (Good)
2.9 2.65 (Satisfactory)
2.8 2.80 (Satisfactory)
2.7 2.95 (Satisfactory)
2.6 3.10 (Satisfactory)
2.5 3.25 (Satisfactory)
2.4 3.40 (Satisfactory)
2.3 3.55 (Sufficient)
2.2 3.70 (Sufficient)
2.1 3.85 (Sufficient)
2.0 4.00 (Sufficient)

Conversion Detail:

For the conversion of grades into the German grading system we must know the highest possible mark, (Nmax), and the lowest pass mark, (Nmin), applicable in the country or institution in which you completed the qualification. The relevant mark for the (Nmin) is the lowest passing mark required for the degree to be awarded and not the lowest passing mark in any individual course or subject. In addition we will require the average mark which you obtained (Nd).
In most cases a formula known as the Modifizierte Bayerische Formel will be used to convert the applicant grade into the German system. Conversion of marks according to the Modifizierte Bayerische Formel
Nmax - Nd
-------------------- * 3 + 1
Nmax - Nmin
The Modifizierte Bayerische Formel is not used in cases where the ZAB recommends a different conversion system.
* = Central Office of International Education (Ger. Zentralstelle für ausländisches Bildungswesen)
** = The Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of
Germany (Ger. Ständigen Konferenz der Kultusminister der Länder in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland)