Aggregate Percentage: What is it and how to calculate it

Aggregate percentage: Everywhere they get confused about it while studying or doing jobs. If someone asks them about it, they can’t understand how to solve it.

What is the aggregate percentage?

aggregate percentage

Aggregate percentage, in simple terms it means the total rate of all subjects in your exam. Every aspirant has these doubts all the time.

It always needs when you go for any entrance exam or when you need an exam form registration. Everyone knows about the aggregate percentage, but when someone asks you about it, you get confused.Here I am going to describe it and the steps to find the total percentage.

In every place like exams, schools, and colleges, you need this aggregate percentage. If you have ten subjects and their marks are called aggregate marks. Here you assume you have ten subjects, and when you calculate the rate out of six subjects, it will be called the total percentage of six subjects.

Below I am going to describe the steps about how to calculate the aggregate percentage.

How do you calculate the aggregate percentage?

aggregate percentage

There are so many steps to calculate it, but not all the methods will give you an accurate answer. This is the method where you will calculate the aggregate percentage of your subjects with a precise solution. The total marks of all the topics you obtained divided by the full marks multiplied by 100.

Above this step, It will give you an accurate answer also.

Still, you have confused, don’t worry below. I am going to describe here the steps which will help you to clear your doubts. Assume we have six subjects and their marks like

  1. Math-60
  2. Biology-70
  3. Science-65
  4. History-80
  5. English-75
  6. Physics-85

Step-1: Know the formula

Here is the formula

X1 + X2 + X3 + X4 +………+ Xn / n * 100

Now calculate the sum of all subjects marks

Total aggregate marks = 60+70+65+80+75+85 = 435

Total marks = 600

Step-2: Learn to calculate the normal percentage

At first, know how to calculate the average percentage. According to the formula, put all the marks in the formula. After putting the digits, it will be looks like

Total aggregate marks

————————————– * 100

Total subjects marks

 

60+70+65+80+75+85 = 435

—————————————— * 100

600

=> 72 (Ans)

Step-3: Steps to calculate the aggregate percentage

Above, you know how to calculate the average percentage. But still, the question is how to calculate the aggregate percentage.

In this method, you suppose that you need an aggregate percentage of four subjects out of six. The four subjects are Math, Biology, Science, History, and the marks are 60, 70, 65, 80.

So, now the calculation will be

Total aggregate marks

————————————– * 100

Total subjects marks

 

60+70+65+80 = 275

—————————– * 100

400

=> 68.75 (Ans)

The aggregate percentage of the four subjects is 68.75%. Like the above steps, you can find the correct percentage.

Where you need the aggregate percentage?

In 12th, students also need to calculate the total percentage out of 5 subjects.

It asked on many competitive exams or in the time of applying for a job. Competitive exams where you need the aggregate percentage of particular subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English in NEET and AIIMS exam.

In medical exams, main exams, and in-gate exams, you will need this total percentage method. Here in these exams, you need 50% aggregate marks in the mentioned subjects, and it depends on the cast category. If you are from the general cast, you need a 50% percentage, and the rest of the other categories need a 30% aggregated percentage.

After completing your degree in government colleges or private colleges for engineering or medical education, you also need to calculate the total percentage of semesters.

Conclusion

This is the method where you can calculate the percentage of every subject. There is no other method where you can calculate this aggregate percentage of every subject. You can solve this method with a decimal number too.

Many exams are there where they will ask about eligibility criteria. In those cases, you need this method to apply.

If they ask about the same to calculate 1st, 3rd, 4th, 6th subject on those cases, you can apply the same process also.

If you bit confuses about the answer you have got, you can add all marks you have got, and after that, you can divide with total marks and multiply the rest answer by a hundred.

I hope here I covered all the possible answers and questions you ever got in your mind. Still, you have any suggestions or questions in your mind, you can ask in the comment section below.

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