Use of If function in multiple columns based on other multiple columns

jainraunak

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Hi all,

I have 3 column in a spreadsheet as Xth marks, XII marks and graduation marks,
With each column, there is one more column about the score, whether the score is in cgpa or in percentage.

I need to filter the candidates those having 60 or more percentage throughout or cgpa 6.0 or more throughout



Can I do it via using If operator?? any other short method to apply for??

Thanks in advance.
 

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becci.gott

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Can you add an extra column for filtering? You could add in a boolean formula that flags if the criteria are there.
 

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