An online exam marks percentage calculator to calculate percentage of marks scored in exams. Here is the simple steps to calculate percentage of marks yourself and also marks percentage calculator helps to find percentage of marks quickly by filling sum of total marks and scored marks in exam.
Applicable for all School and College Students: All exams, 10th(SSLC) class, 11th, 12th(HSC), ITI, CBSE Boards, PUC, Academic, Diploma, Semester, BSC, MSC, MCA, Grade and Etc.,
A percentage is a number or ratio expressed as a fraction of 100 for the marks scored in exams. It is often denoted using the percent sign(%). Calculate average or percentage of marks using scored marks in exams. Percentage of marks can be calculated by either total score or subject wise score. This conversion used to estimate the students knowledge in the form of percentage. Converting result marks to percentage used by most of the students studies in primary, secondary, higher secondary school and degree/diploma colleges.
Dividing scored marks with out of marks and multiplying with 100.Formula to calculate percentage of marks
Percentage of marks = (Total obtained score / Total out of marks) * 100
Example: Percentage of marks = (450 / 500) * 100 = 90%
Cumulative addition of dividing individual subject with out of marks and dividing overall value with subject count and then multiplying with 100.Formula to calculate percentage of marks
Percentage of marks = (Sum of Subject Marks / Sum of Out of Marks) * 100
Example: Percentage of marks = (60+70+50+89+56) / (100+100+100+100+100) * 100 = 65%
Online Exam Marks Percentage Calculator is used to calculate percentage for overall marks as well as subject wise marks based on requirement. This way of marks calculation suitable to check for all countries and state board of india, Andhra Pradesh(AP), Tamil Nadu(TN), Kerela(KL), Karnataka(KR), Maharashtra(MA) and all.
Two different ways to calculate percentage of marks:
It will calculate percentage based on overall mark scored in any exams. If you have total marks with out of marks, please use below method.
Example: By selecting total marks, we can calculate by specifying overall cumulative scored marks with out of mark value.
It will calculate percentage based on all subject marks by selecting number of subjects based on exam type. If you have subject wise marks with out of marks, please use below method.
Example: By selecting subject marks, we have mention count of subjects. Then specify subject marks one by one with out of mark value.