Our reliable Bangladesh (BD) Grade Point Average (GPA) calculator presents accurate and speedy calculations. Our GPA is based on the grading system established by Bangladesh’s official University Grants Commission of Bangladesh (UGC).

Our calculator provides a valuable advantage with its user-friendly interface, making the calculation process a breeze.

Say goodbye to any concerns about inaccuracies in manual calculations, as our BD Grade Point Average (GPA) Calculators guarantee accurate results.

Utilize this efficient BD GPA converter calculator to input your Subject names, letter Grades and credits to obtain your GPA promptly.

## CGPA Calculator BD

The CGPA calculator faithfully reproduces the official grading system of the University Grants Commission of Bangladesh (UGC).

Our CGPA calculator is helpful for students who want to figure out their CGPA without any guesswork.

By inputting your Semester’s Entire Credits and Grade Point Average (GPA), this calculator will seamlessly determine your Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA).

## GPA to Percentage Calculator Bangladesh

The BD GPA to percentage conversion calculator is a must-have for students in Bangladesh. It’s like having your mathematician accurately transform your GPA scores into percentages. This calculator will work magic and give you the precise rate (%) you deserve.

Just enter your hard-earned GPA, and There you have it! The GPA percentage you well deserved.

**The Mathematical Equation; –**

**Percentage =Â **{(Gained GPA / Whole GPA) *100)}

**Exemplification of GPA to Percentage Conversion Equation-**

Gained GPA = 3.5

Whole GPA = 4.0

**GPA to Percentage =**Â 3.5 / 4 *100 = 87.5%

## Marks to Percentage Calculator Bangladesh

Students in Bangladesh understand the importance of converting Marks to Percentage accurately. This conversion tool is a reliable resource in helping them achieve just that.Â

Students can effortlessly calculate their corresponding percentage using this calculator by inputting their obtained and total Marks.Â

Rest assured, this tool employs the tried-and-true formula approved by the Bangladesh Intermediate and Secondary Education Boards.Â

**The Mathematical Equation; –**

**Percentage =Â **{(Gained Marks / Whole Marks) *100)}

**Exemplification of Marks to Percentage Conversion Equation-**

Gained Marks = 430

Whole Marks = 500

**Marks to Percentage =**Â 430 / 500 *100 = 86%

## Grading System in Bangladesh

In Bangladesh, the grading system varies depending on the level of education. The JSC (Junior School Certificate), SSC (Secondary School Certificate), and HSC (Higher Secondary Certificate) exams administered by the Bangladesh Intermediate and Secondary Education Boards follow a 5.0 grading scale.

On the other hand, graduate and post-graduate programs overseen by the University Grants Commission of Bangladesh (UGC) adhere to a 4.0 grading scale.

The following text provides a detailed explanation of the 5.0 and 4.0 Grading Scales in an accurate manner.

### Grading Scale 5.0 in BD

The grading system in place is highly efficient and seamless. It utilizes a precise 5-point scale ranging from zero to five (0-5), with letter grades A+, A, A-, B, C, D, and F aligning flawlessly.

The highest achievable Grade is a 5.0 GP, encompassing an impressive percentage range of 80%-100%, corresponding to the A+ Letter Grade.

Conversely, an ‘F’ letter grade indicates a failure with a significant grade point of 0.0 and correlates with a percentage score below 32%.

Letter Grade | Grade Point | Marks (%) |
---|---|---|

A+ | 5.0 | 80% to 100% |

A | 4.0 | 70% to 79% |

A- | 3.5 | 60% to 69% |

B | 3.0 | 50% to 59% |

C | 2.0 | 40% to 49% |

D | 1.0 | 33% to 39% |

F | 0.0 | 0 to 32% |

### Grading Scale 4.0 in BD

The UGC (University Grants Commission of Bangladesh) has proposed implementing a standardized (uniform) grading system for public and private universities in BD.

The uniform grading system uses a precise 4-point scale and corresponding letter grades from A+ to F {A+, A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, C, D, F} throughout all educational years.

The maximum achievable grade point is 4.0 and aligns with the A plus (A+) letter grade, representing a percentage range of 80% and Above.

On the other hand, receiving an ‘F’ letter signifies failure and corresponds to a grade point of 0.0, indicating a percentage score below 40%.

Letter Grade | Grade Point | Marks (%) |
---|---|---|

A+ | 4.0 | 80% to 100% |

A | 3.75 | 75% to 79.99% |

A- | 3.5 | 70% to 74.99% |

B+ | 3.25 | 65% to 69.99% |

B | 3.0 | 60% to 64.99% |

B- | 2.75 | 55% to 59.99% |

C+ | 2.5 | 50% to 54.99% |

C | 2.25 | 45% to 49.99% |

D | 2.0 | 40% to 44.99% |

F | 0.0 | Below 40% |

## How is GPA calculated in BD?

In the realm of Bangladeshi education, there exist two predominant grading scales employed by educational institutions. Specifically, JSC, SSC, and HSC exams adhere to a 5.0 grading scale, while graduate and post-graduate programs operate under a 4.0 grading scale.

To accurately calculate their GPA (Grade Point Average), Bangladesh students must thoroughly understand these grading scales ranging from 0 to 5 for JSC/SSC/HSC exams and from 0 to 4 for graduate/post-graduate programs.

To determine their GPA independently, students should familiarize themselves with the specific

- Subject names
- Letter GradesÂ
- Grade Points

At their institute or university, the authorities grade each student’s performance level within their respective educational disciplines.

### GPAÂ Calculation Using 5.0 Grading Scale

**The Mathematical Equation for GPA Conversion:Â **

**GPA = {Cumulative Grade Point / Entire Credit}**

**Bangla**Â {â€˜A+â€™ Grade Point 5.0}Â

**English**Â {‘A’ Grade Point 4.0}

**Mathematics**Â {‘C’ Grade Point 2.0}

**Information Technology**Â {‘B’ Grade Point 3.0}

**Cumulative GP =**Â 5.0 + 4.0 + 2.0 + 3.0 = 14

**Entire Credit =**Â 4

**GPA = 14 / 4 =**Â 3.5

**Note:**Â Each subject holds an equivalent level of significance in terms of recognition, typically resulting in the acquisition of 1 credit.

### GPAÂ Calculation Using 4.0 Grading Scale

The Mathematical Equation for GPA Conversion:

**GPA = {Grade Point *Credit / Cumulative Credit}**

**Subject 1st**Â {â€˜A+â€™ GP 4.00 * C 4}

**Subject 2nd**Â {‘A- ‘GP 3.50 * C4}

**Subject 3rd**Â {â€˜B+â€™ GP 3.25 * C3}

**Subject 4th**Â {â€˜Bâ€™ GP 3.00 *C 3}

**C = Credit**

**GP = Grade Point**

=Â 4.00 * 4 + 3.50 * 4 + 3.25 * 3 + 3.00 * 3 = 48.7

**Cumulative Credit =Â **14

**GPA =**Â 48.7 / 14 = 3.5Â

### What is the indication of Letter Grade’ I’ in BD?

In Bangladesh, a student receiving a letter grade of ‘I’ indicates they have not completed the course.

### What does the letter Grade ‘W’ mean in Bangladesh?

In Bangladesh, universities consider a student to have officially withdrawn from an academic course if they obtain a letter grade of ‘W.’

### What is the standard grading scale used in Bangladesh?

Bangladeshi educational institutions use two grading scales: 5.0 for JSC, SSC, and HSC exams and 4.0 for graduate and post-graduate programs.

### What do A+ and A grades mean BD?

The UGC 4.0 grading scale in Bangladesh awards A+ a grade point of 4.0 and retains a grade point of 3.75 for A.

### What is the passing Grade BD?

According to the UGC 4.0 grading scale, students who score between 50% and 55% receive a C+ grade, considered average.