CBSE had introduced the grading system which is similar to the grading system of Cambridge International Exam. The system is called the nine-point grading system and includes 9 pointers to reflect a candidate’s performance.

This was mainly introduced to categorize students according to their grades. It is often considered that if a student gets 85% marks, he is equally competitive and scholastic to a student scoring 90% marks.

**The CBSE grading system for class 9 is given below in the table.**

Marks |
Grade Points |
Grade |

91 to 100 | 10 | A1 |

81-90 | 9 | A2 |

71 to 80 | 8 | B1 |

61 to 70 | 7 | B2 |

51 to 60 | 6 | C1 |

41 to 50 | 5 | C2 |

33 to 40 | 4 | D |

21 to 32 | 0 | E1 |

< 20 | 0 | E2 |

Apart from this, every student is provided with a CGPA i.e. Cumulative Grade Point Average which reflects the subject-wise performance. CGPA can be defined as the average of grade points in all main subjects.

**So, CGPA = Sum of Grade Points Obtained (in 5 main subjects)/ 5**

Students can also multiply 9.5 with their respective CGPA to get their respective percentages.

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