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Hi Tom

I am trying to calculate the percentage of students who are in Year 11 and have received a score equal to or more that 12 marks.  However some students have not received a grade from which a score can be calculated.

The students are in column B15:B3000

The calculated scores are in column DG15:DG3000

The grades from which the scores are calculated are in Column E15:E3000

The percentage is calculated by dividing by “DC8*100”

I cannot seem to make this formula work:   =IFERROR(COUNTIFS(B15:B3000,"11",DG15:DG3000,">=12",E15:E3000,"<>")/DC8*100,"")

Have you any suggestions?

Chris Mitchell

Christopher Mitchell

If you want to send me a single sheet with at least the three columns you describe and DC8 and indicate which rows would be counted, then I will see if I can provide a formula.

Make sure the cells are exactly as they will be in your regular workbook.  In otherwords, if the cell is empty, then there is nothing in it. If the cell has a formula returning "", then it is not empty (as an example).

twogilvy@msn.com

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Tom Ogilvy

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