Grade calculation in Germany can help you in converting your grades in GPA (Grade point average), percentage of American grading (1.0-4.0) into German grading (4.0-1.0)using the Modified Bavarian Formula.
Many systems of grading exist that can give a ballpark idea of the ones, prevalent in Germany. The modified Bavarian formula is one of them which are most commonly used in German universities. Moreover, the study conduct by WES is evaluated as the German average grade which is 3.0 and it is equivalent to a 'B' level in the US.
Percentage - 90-100%
Grade - 1.0-1.5
Description - 'sehr gut' (very good: an outstanding achievement)
First header - 80-90%
Second - 1.6-2.5
Third header - 'gut' (good: an achievement substantially above average requirements)
First header - 65-80%
header - 2.6-3.5
Third header - 'befriedigend' (satisfactory: an achievement which corresponds to average requirements)
First header - 50-65%
header - 3.6-4.0
Third header - 'ausreichend' (sufficient: an achievement which barely meets the requirements)
First header - 0-50%
First header - 5.0
First header - 'mangelhaft' / 'ungen gend' / 'nicht bestanden' insufficient/ failed
Firstly, in India majority of the universities and colleges use 10 point scale which is Cumulative GPA (CGPA). Some colleges, the percentage system prevails. In better universities, like IITs, NITs etc.the 10 point grade system is relative while in other common universities, it may be absolute (obtained by dividing the percentage by 10).
In India, there are some colleges which take grade/score very strictly as the percentage required for the graduate is 50%. Using Grade calculation in Germany will let you now if you are an average student, your CGPA should be 7.0 or your Percentage should be 70%. Above all, using the conversation table, your GPA (GRADE POINT AVERAGE) on the German scale would be 2.80.
In some case, if the University is well known or well-reputed and your GPA is above 2.50 in German scale, the university straight-away thrashes your application form.
This is the only reason why most of the schools dont ask you to convert your score.