This post was created by summarizing a group of other posts on this subject for people who are trying to figure out how they arrived at a certain rating percentage or how to get up to a certain percentage.

This is a question of math.

The stars assigned to new reviews you get is a variable. So, you could use these other variables to try and come up with a formula to work it out:

Your current rating (say to 2 decimal places). (i.e. Assume your current rating is 89% and you want to raise it @ 1% to 90%.)

The number of ratings you have

The actual weight that Fiverr applies to each star which is roughly estimated below.

5 stars is 100%

4.5 stars is 90%

4 stars is 80%

3.5 stars is 70%

3 stars is 60%

2.5 is 50%

2 is 40%

1.5 is 30%

and 1 star is 20%

Someone else worked out a hypothetical sample and if theirs was right, it goes like this:

Seller A has:

25 rated sales overall.

18 “5 star” = 1800

3 “4.5 star” = 270

2 “4 star” = 160

2 “3 star” = 120

=2350/25

=94% rating