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Enter the percentage grades (%) into the square root curve calculator to find the square root curve grades equivalent to the percentage grades.

The square root curve grading is a technique to raise the grades of the entire class on the same criteria. This method is used for raising the grades of the course when unexpectedly complex or out-of-course paper is taken.

The square root curve calculator makes the conversion simple and fast. The square root curve grading is a simple procedure of benefiting the students’ low grades and making them an equivalent percentage.

The formula for calculating the Square root curve is quite simple as you only have to enter the students grade percentage in the square root grade curve calculator.

- SRG= Student Root Curve Grade
- SQRT= Square Root
- G= G Stands for Student Grade Percentage
- Lastly, we have to multiply it by *10

Find the square root curve percentage of a student if its percentage grade is 10 %.

**Given:**

The percentage grade = 10 %

Square root grade curve =?

**Solution:**

Now to convert the percentage grade into the square root curve, use the formula:

Square Root Curve Grade = âˆš(10)*10

Square Root Curve Grade = 3.1622*10

Square Root Curve Grade = 31.622

The Texas curve calculator provides a simple procedure to convert the percentage of students on the same scale.Â

The sqrt curve calculator only needs the percentage grade to find the square root grading curve score.

Let’s see how!

**Input:**

- Enter the percentage gradeÂ
- Tap
**Calculate**

**Output:**

- Square root curve grade
- Step-by-step calculations.

The professor can upgrade the marks of the whole class to equal distribution by the square root grading curve procedure.Â

From the source of Sciencing.com: Square root curve

From the source of Tophat.com: AP curve chart