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How to calculate b.tech aggregate
27 May 2011
i completed my b.tech(information technology)
so how to calculate my 4 year percentage
some of them saying that we should calculate the percentage for max marks without excluding 2 subjects marks so total marks are 5550 and i got 3598 n percentage is 64.81
some of them saying that we should calculate the percentage for max marks with excluding 2 subjects marks so total marks are 5350 and i got least marks in 2-1 subject and 3-1 subject i removed now my total is 3514 and percentage is 65.69
so, my problem is should consider 64.81% or 65.69%
Date: 27/May/2011 Rating:
You have in Includeing 2-1 subject and 3-1 subject . then only you will get actually Percentage sir.
if you remove those subjects means it is wrong percentage.
so claclate with those marks also.
vijaya(have a bright future .)
Date: 02/Jun/2011 Rating:
you should sum all the subject exclude language(english) and divided by number of subjects
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Date: 08/Jun/2011 Rating:
hi alok agw
i know how to calculate aggregate please read it carefully i already calculated my aggregate with corect obtained and total marks but my doubt is./;is jntu will calculate excluding any two subjects or not? but your answer is somewhat hurting
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