# Range of numbers formula

Hi, I need to set a range of numbers link to a scoring level:

Level 0 = 0-1

Level 1= 2-6

Level 2 = 7-10

Level 3 = 11-14

Level 4 = 17-20

I want that 12 will appear as a level 3

Someone can help me?

Much appreciated

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You would use a basic nested IF statement.

=IF(Scroe@row<= 1, "Level 0", IF(Score@row<= 6, "Level 1", IF(...................................

• :( didn't work, know why?

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I hope you're well and safe!

Try something like this. (you had an extra space, missing comma and it was in the wrong order)

=IF([Column4]11 = 0, "Level 0", IF([Column4]11 <= 3, "Level 1", IF([Column4]11 <= 6, "Level 2", IF([Column4]11 <= 11, "Level 3", IF([Column4]11 <= 20, "Level 4")))))

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Looks like you are just missing a comma between the 3 and "Level 1".

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