How Do You Calculate ZScore to Percentile?
To convert zscore for a number above the mean to percentile, use the Standard Normal Table to find the area beyond Z and subtract this area from 1.00. Multiply the result by 100 to get the percentile. To convert zscore for a number below the mean, skip the subtraction step prior to multiplication.

Consult a zscore chart
Zscore charts are available online and in any Statistics textbook.

Determine if the raw score is above or below the mean
Zscores below the mean are expressed as negatives. Zscores above the means are expressed as positives. There are two separate charts for zscores above and zscores below the mean.

Find the zscore value on the chart
Zscores are expressed through the tenths decimal on the vertical axis. The hundredths place is expressed across the horizontal axis. Trace the row of the score measured by tenths to where it meets the column of the hundredths. The number in that box is the zscore.

Compute percentile based on the correct formula
Remember that the formula for converting a zscore to percentile for a number on the negative zscore chart only requires multiplying the number on the chart by 100. Converting positive zscores has the additional step of subtracting the charted number from one first.