Precentage to GPA conversion

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I am going through this dilemma of percentage to GPA conversion. I am the topper of my batch in DCE and have scored 82.7 percent. But I reported my gpa to be 3.2 in the GMAT exam. My friends told me that I have committed a huge blunder by doin...
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Colleges dont look at the GPA reported by you in the GMAT exam. When you apply, they will ask for your transcript and based on that, will calculate your GPA. Most colleges have a fair idea of the educational system in India. If you are the topper, try to either work that in your essays, your resume or your interview.

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I am going through this dilemma of percentage to GPA conversion.
I am the topper of my batch in DCE and have scored 82.7 percent.
But I reported my gpa to be 3.2 in the GMAT exam. My friends told me that I have committed a huge blunder by doing so and suggested that I should change my GPA to 4.0.
It turns out that I do have an option to get it changed and re report it to all the schools in my official report.

What do you guys think I should do ?? Should I change it and re report it to all schools or should I stay put with the current situation ??

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