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By suraj.sharma142 ·
i have got 74% in 10th board(CBSE) ,75% in the 12th board(CBSE),but in graduation (BSC with computer science) my hons percentage as written in the reort card is 73%(first class hons) ,but when calculated in aggregate with total my percentage is 57%.is this mark make me a non career student.companies coming for campus look at which marks.please help me to know this.please mail me ,i will be ever greatful

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Death by percentage eh ? ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to company placement criteri ...

Think about it!

Death by percentage, Life by percentage, Education by percentage, Success by percentage, Stupidity by percentage, Strength of curry by percentage, Employment by percentage, Expected lifespan by percentage, Employment future by percentage ...

Unless you measure your own CHARACTER by percentage, your own PRESENTATION by percentage, your INTERVIEW CAPABILITIES by percentage, your capability to DO THE JOB by percentage the you have little or nothing to fear.

IMHO invariably the students that graduate with the 100% marks, are the least employable of the entire class. Usually because they are incapable of social interaction and would find it difficult to work as part of a team.

Your percentage marks are in the upper echelon, but you won't live the rest of your life (working or social) based on your aggregate percentage. You'll develop your own style as the years roll forward.

**** - you've got an honours degree - what more do you want?

Don't answer that question unless you can formulate it without using the 'P' word.

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Don't understand CBSE

by Bizzo In reply to company placement criteri ...

I don't understand how a school certificate is relevant if you have a first class honours BSc.?
Also, how are you getting your aggregate score of 57%? Did you flunk some really important parts?

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