# How to Calculate Aggregate Percentage

How do you calculate aggregate percentage?

## Calculating Aggregate Percentage

Aggregate percentage is the total percentage calculated from the sum of
marks obtained in all the subjects divided by the sum of maximum possible marks of each subject (n), which is multiplied by 100.

Formula

Aggregate Percentage =** x**_{1 + }x_{2 + }x_{3 + .......+ }**x**_{n} / n_{ }x 100

Step 1: Let us calculate the aggregate percentage for the marks obtained in Maths, Physics and Chemistry.

For Example:

Maths = 130 / 200

Physics = 140 / 200

Chemistry = 170 / 200

**Step 2:**

Calculate the total marks obtained in all the subjects.

Sum of marks obtained = 130 + 140 + 170 =
440

Step 3:

Add the maximum possible marks in all the subjects.

Sum of maximum possible marks = 200 +
200 + 200 = 600

Step 4:

To find the result, let us substitute the marks of each subject in the given formula.

From Step 2 and Step 3,

Aggregate Percentage =** x**_{1}_{ + }x_{2 + }x_{3 + .......+ }**x**_{n }/ n ** x 100**

= 440 / 600 x 100

= 73.3

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