In this tutorial, we will demonstrate different examples of how to use multiple **IF **condition in excel. However, we may need to analyze multiple conditions at the same time for effective data analysis. So, we will have to apply multiple **IF **functions in one formula to meet all the conditions at the same time.

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## 3 Examples to Use Multiple IF Condition in Excel

Throughout this tutorial, we will explain **3 **different examples to use multiple **IF **conditions in excel. To illustrate all the examples we will use unique datasets. That dataset will help you to visualize the output.

### 1. Use Multiple IF Conditions in Nested Form in Excel

First and foremost, we will apply a nested formula to use multiple **IF **conditions in excel. In the following dataset, we will set the **Status **of **Grades **for different students based on their **Total **marks. We will insert a formula that will show grades for a specific range of marks.

Letâ€™s see the steps to perform this action.

**STEPS:**

- To begin with, select cell
**F6**. - In addition, type the following formula in that cell:

`=IF(E6>160,"A",IF(E6>=150,"B",IF(E6>140,"C",IF(E6>130,"D",IF(E6<130,"F")))))`

- Press
**Enter**. - The above actions return the value of
**Grades A**in cell**F6**.

- After that, drag the
**Fill Handle**tool from cell**F6**to**F10**. - Lastly, we can see the grades for all students in the following image.

Here, The formula that we used returns grade value **A **if total marks are greater than or equal to **160**, returns grade value **B **if the total mark is greater than or equal to **150**, returns grade value **C **if the total mark is greater than or equal to **140**, returns grade value **D **if the total mark is greater than or equal to **130**, returns grade value **F **if the total mark is smaller than **130**.

**Read More: **VBA IF Statement with Multiple Conditions in Excel

### 2.Â Multiple IF Condition in Excel with Logical Test

#### 2.1 Apply IF Condition with AND Logic

In this method, we will apply multiple IF conditions with the AND function. In the following dataset, we will insert the **IF **function with **AND function**. The formula will return the value **Pass **if a student obtains marks greater than or equal to **40 **in both subjects. So, to return the value **Pass **it is necessary to meet both conditions.

Letâ€™s see how we can apply **AND **function in this method.

**STEPS:**

- First, select cell
**E6**. - Next, insert the following formula in that cell:

`=IF((AND(C6>=40, D6>=40)), "Pass", "Fail")`

- Hit
**Enter**. - The above action returns the output value
**Pass**in cell**E6**.

- Then, drag the
**Fill Handle**tool from cell**E6**to**E10**. - Finally, we get results like the following image. In the image below we can see the
**Pass**/**Fail**status of each student.

Here, the formula returns **Pass **if both conditions are true otherwise it will return **Fail**.

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#### 2.2 OR Logic with IF Condition

In this example, we will apply the** OR function **with multiple **IF **conditions in **Excel**. In the following dataset, we will figure out the **Pass**/ **Fail **status of each student. One student will fail if he/she gets less than or equal to **40 **marks in any one subject. So, we have to develop a formula where it will give output if only one condition is satisfied.

Just follow the below steps to do this example.

**STEPS:**

- To begin with, select cell
**E6**. - In addition, input the following formula in that cell:

`=IF((OR(C6<=40, D6<=40)), "Fail", "Pass")`

- Press
**Enter**. - Furthermore, the above commands give us the output value in cell
**E6**.

- Moreover, drag the
**Fill Handle**tool from cell**E6**to**E10**. - Lastly, we obtain results similar to the image below. Each studentâ€™s
**Pass**/**Fail**status is represented in the figure below.

Here, the formula that we used returns **Pass **if any given condition is true otherwise it will return **Fail**.

**Read More: **Excel VBA: Combined If and Or

#### 2.3 Insert Both AND & OR Logic with Multiple IF Condition

In this example, we will use multiple **IF **conditions in excel with **AND **& **OR **functions. Sometimes we might need several conditions on our dataset. Then, we have to apply both **AND **& **OR **functions to use multiple **IF **conditions. In the following dataset, we will apply multiple **IF **conditions using **AND **& **OR **functions.

So, letâ€™s see the steps to do this.

**STEPS:**

- In the beginning, select cell
**E6**. - Next, type the following formula in that cell:

`=IF(OR(AND(C6>=40, D6>=50), AND(C6>=35, D6>=45)), "Pass", "Fail")`

- Now, hit
**Enter**. - Then, the above commands return the value
**Pass**in cell**E6**.

- After that, drag the
**Fill Handle**tool from cell**E6**to**E10**. - In the end, we can see the result similar to the following image.

Here, the formula returns **Pass **if the value in cells **C6 **& **D6 **is respectively **>=40** & **>=50** or it will give the same result if the value in cells **C6 **& **D6 **is respectively **>=35** & **>=45**. Any value that doesnâ€™t meet the above conditions will return the value **Fail**.

**Read More:Â **Excel IF Function with 3 Conditions

### 3. Apply Multiple IF Conditions with Different Excel Functions

Until now, we have seen how to use multiple **IF **conditions in excel with **AND**/**OR** functions. In this example, we will learn how we can use multiple **IF **conditions with another function. In the following dataset, we have marks of **3 **students in five subjects. We will set the status of students based on total marks. To do this example we will use the** SUM function**.

Just follow the below steps to perform this:

**STEPS:**

- Firstly, select cell
**C11**. - Secondly, insert the following formula in that cell:

`=IF(SUM(C6:C10)>=350, "Good", IF(SUM(C6:C10)>=300, "Satisfactory", "Poor "))`

- Press
**Enter**. - So, we get the value
**Good**in cell**C11**.

- Thirdly, drag the
**Fill Handle**tool horizontally from cell**C11**to**E11**. - As a result, we can see the result in the image below.

Here, the formula that we used returns the value **Good **if the value of **SUM(C6:C10)** is greater than or equal to **350**. It returns **Satisfactory **if the value of **SUM(C6:C10**) is greater than or equal to **300**. If the value of **SUM(C6:C10)** is smaller than **300 **the formula will return the value Poor.

**Read More: **VBA IF Statement with Multiple Conditions in Excel

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## Conclusion

In conclusion, this tutorial shows you **3 **different examples of how to use multiple **IF **condition in excel. Use the practice worksheet that comes with this article to put your skills to the test. If you have any questions, please leave a comment below. Our team will try to reply to you as soon as possible. Keep an eye out for more creative Microsoft Excel solutions in the future.