Convert a score into a percentage


In these examples we will represent the score of a single column called 'Test 1' (a score out of 40) as a percentage.

There are basically two methods of showing this percentage:
In the first method, we add a new column that performs a simple calculation .
In the second method, the result is embedded within the cell and there is no need to create new columns. We call this a grade conversion.
If you want to calculate an average with several columns and different scores there is no need to create this additional conversion. This percentage shown here is only for your convenience since iDoceo will calculate the average automatically taking into account each column's max score.

Method 1: A simple calculation column




Method 2: A grade conversion




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