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## How to fill CGPA in UPSC form?

It all depends on the college from which you are getting your degree. But if you college doesn’t has any conversion criteria then you can simply multiply CGPA by 10 and get the required percentage.

## How to convert CGPA into percentage for UPSC form?

For instance, if you have got 7.0 to 10, to convert your CGPA to the percentage you need to just multiply it by 10, i.e. your percentage will be 70%.

## How is UPSC preliminary marks calculated?

Correct answers 75 x 2 = 150 marks. Each incorrect answer carries a negative marking of o. 33%, which means for every wrong answer 0.66 marks will be deducted. Therefore, in the above example if 25 questions were answered incorrectly then the negative marking for 25 incorrect answers would be 25 x 0.66 = 16.5.

## What is the lowest score in UPSC Prelims?

Prelims – 87.54 out of 200 (43.77%) Mains – 745 out of 1750 (42.57%) Interview – 953 out of 2025 (47.06%)

## What is CGPA in application form?

What is the full form of CGPA? The full form of CGPA is Cumulative Grade Point Average. For schools and colleges, CGPA is used to measure the overall academic achievement of a student by awarding A, B, C, D or F grades.

## How to fill CGPA marks in application form?

CGPA to Marks Formula for CBSE For example, you received 7 CGPA in 12th, then your total percentage of marks would be, 7×9.5= 66.5%. Moreover, if you want to calculate total marks from here, then you can simply multiply your percentage divided by 100 to total marks (total of all subjects).

## What CGPA is 73 %?

1: What is the CGPA of 73%? Ans: The CGPA of 73% is 7.7.

## What CGPA is 82%?

2.7 GPA is a B- Letter Grade or 80–82% – GPA Calculator.

## What is a good score in prelims?

UPSC CSE prelims is one of the most difficult exams but hard work and a well-planned approach can help you get a score of 120 or above on your GS-I exam.

## Who scored highest marks in prelims?

AIR- 1 Kanishak Kataria (Total – 1121/2025, 55.36%) AIR- 2 Akshat Jain (Total – 1080/2025, 53.33%)