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# Cách tính điểm ưu tiên trong excel bằng hàm if – Tdkt.edu.vn

## Introduction

Using Excel for your studies and work is great, but sometimes combining multiple functions can be challenging. This article will guide you on how to calculate priority points in Excel using the IF function.

## Understanding the IF Function for Calculating Priority Points

The IF function in Excel is like a “If Then” statement. It checks a value against a given condition and returns one value if the condition is met, and another value if it is not.

To put it simply, the basic syntax of the IF function is as follows:

``=IF(Logical_test, Value_if_true, Value_if_false)``
• Logical_test: This is used to check if the value meets a specific condition.
• Value_if_true: If the value meets the condition, the IF function returns this value (e.g., you get a reward, a discount, etc.).
• Value_if_false: If the value does not meet the condition, the IF function returns this value (e.g., you get nothing, you get penalized, etc.).

## Example of a Basic IF Function

Let’s take a simple example to understand the basic “If Then” concept.

1. Cell B1: Enter your score.
2. Cell B2: Display the corresponding result based on the score and the defined grading criteria.

The problem is: If your score (in cell B1) is above 5, then you pass (display “Pass” in cell B2); otherwise, you fail (display “Fail” in cell B2).

To solve this, you need to use the IF function in cell B2. The formula would be:

``=IF(B1>5, "Pass", "Fail")``

Now, let’s analyze some scenarios:

• Scenario 1: When B1 = 1, B2 = “Fail”
• Scenario 2: When B1 = 5, B2 = “Fail”
• Scenario 3: When B1 = 6, B2 = “Pass”
• Scenario 4: When B1 = 9, B2 = “Pass”

## Advanced Usage of the IF Function

The IF function can be nested with other functions for more complex scenarios. It can be combined with functions like VLOOKUP, LEFT, RIGHT, MID, AND, OR, to handle various cases in our lives.

## Using the CHOOSE Function as an Alternative to the IF Function

In the previous example, we used the IF function to categorize students’ scores. Another alternative is to use the CHOOSE function. This function allows you to map values to specific categories.

For example, let’s say you have students with an average score between 0 and 10. The grading table is in the range \$G\$6:\$H\$10. To find the category of each student, you can use the IF function to compare the student’s score with the grading table:

1. If Average_score >= 9, then “Excellent”
2. If Average_score >= 7 and Average_score < 9, then “Good”
3. If Average_score >= 5 and Average_score < 7, then “Average”
4. If Average_score < 5, then “Weak”

The formula for cell D4 would be:

``=IF(C4>=9, "Excellent", IF(C4>=7, "Good", IF(C4>=5, "Average", "Weak")))``

To summarize:

• The first IF statement checks if the Average_score is greater than or equal to 9. If true, it returns “Excellent.”
• If the first IF statement is false, the second IF statement checks if the Average_score is greater than or equal to 7. If true, it returns “Good.”
• If both the first and second IF statements are false, the third IF statement checks if the Average_score is greater than or equal to 5. If true, it returns “Average.”
• If all the IF statements are false, it returns “Weak.”

By using nested IF functions, you can categorize students based on their scores.

## Conclusion

This article has provided you with a guide on how to calculate priority points in Excel using the IF function. We hope this information has been helpful to you!

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