To convert a percentage-based GPA to a 4.0 scale, you can use the following formula: (Percentage GPA / 20) - 1. For a GPA of 80/100, the conversion would be: (80 / 20) - 1 = 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Therefore, a GPA of 80/100 would be equivalent to 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.

A 4.0 GPA, or Grade Point Average, is equivalent to an A letter grade on a 4.0 GPA scale. This means it is equivalent to 93-95%. The national average GPA is 3.0 which means a 4.0 is far above average.

From such transcript, colleges won't know whether a student got 99%, 92%, or 90% - all they see is an A, and it counts as 4.0 for GPA calculation. The school's grading policy is usually explained in the secondary school report submitted for your application by your guidance counselor.

The GPA scale conversion is usually given in the class syllabus. The syllabus for the class will include more details such as conversions for B+ or 85% which could be equal to 3.5.

B - is still a pretty good grade! This is an above-average score, between 80% and 89% C - this is a grade that rests right in the middle. C is anywhere between 70% and 79%

Scores above 70% are classed as “First”, so you should be very excited to get a grade in that range. It is rare for students to achieve grades higher than 90%, though this can happen.

The grading scale is as follows A = 90- 100 = 4.0, B = 80-89 = 3.0, C = 70-79 = 2.0 F = 0. If it is an honors or an AP course, remove the 7 points before converting to 4, 3, 2 or 0.

Some universities use GPA (4.3) scale. To get your GPA (4.3) from the percentage, multiply your percentage by 4.3 and then divide by 100. To convert your percentage to GPA (5.0), you can divide your percentage by 20. For example, the percentage of 80% is equivalent to 4.0 on the scale of 5.0.

In the UK they grade on what amounts to a seven-point scale. 70% or above is the top band of marks. It is still relatively rare for a student to receive higher than an 80%, though it does happen. Anything in the 60% range—what is known as a 2:1—is considered a “good” grade.

Grades below a “C” (80%) are considered a failing grade. Grades of less than a “C” (80%) will be assigned in order to assist in Financial Aid processes, but still considered as failing in the program.

Most schools don't give an A+, even if they give B+, C+. Most schools consider 93% or below A-. Thus, 83%=B-and 73%=C-. 87% -89%=B+…so 97–100% would more logically be A+.

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences averages its letter grades with a 4-point scale: A = 4.00, A- = 3.67, B+ = 3.33, B = 3.00, B- = 2.67, C+ = 2.33, C = 2.00, C- = 1.67, D+ = 1.33, D = 1.00, D- = 0.67.

In the United States, a 4.0 GPA is typically considered the highest attainable grade point average and is often equivalent to a percentage range of 93-100%.

This is the scale most widely used by American high schools and colleges. And, until recently, it was the only scale. If your school uses this one, the perfect GPA is a 4.0, which means that you have straightAs. If you have a 3.0, you have straight Bs, and so on and so forth.