I found a pattern in the way you gain exp. With help from minecraft wiki, i managed to completely track the amounts of exp need for each level and how much in difference.Here's the chart: (Notice a pattern? Let me know if you do )Total Experience = 1.75[Level]2 + 5.00[Level]This equation does not include any experience that is currently filling the experience bar.Additionally, the amount of experience required to advance to the next level can be calculated using the equation:Experience Required = 3.5[Current Level] + 6.7(NOTE: When performing these calculations, answers should be rounded to the nearest integer, using the"Round Half Away From Zero" rules.)(Credits to Yamanqui for equation)(Rows go in this order: )LevelXP NeededXP Difference0 | 0 01 | 7 72 | 17 103 | 31 144 | 48 175 | 69 216 | 93 247 | 121 288 | 152 319 | 187 3510 | 225 3811 | 267 4212 | 312 4513 | 361 4914 | 413 5215 | 469 5616 | 528 5917 | 591 6318 | 657 6619 | 727 7020 | 800 7321 | 877 7722 | 957 8023 | 1041 8424 | 1128 8725 | 1219 9126 | 1313 9427 | 1411 9828 | 1512 10129 | 1617 10530 | 1725 10831 | 1837 11232 | 1952 11533 | 2071 11934 | 2193 12235 | 2319 12636 | 2448 12937 | 2581 13338 | 2717 13639 | 2857 14040 | 3000 14341 | 3147 14742 | 3297 15043 | 3451 15444 | 3608 15745 | 3769 16146 | 3933 16447 | 4101 16848 | 4272 17149 | 4447 17550 | 4625 178

In the minecraft Wiki page for experience it states the formulas you need to get those values:One can determine how much experience has been collected to reach a level using the equation:Total Experience = 1.75[Level]2 + 5.00[Level]This equation does not include any experience that is currently filling the experience bar.Additionally, the amount of experience required to advance to the next level can be calculated using the equation:Experience Required = 3.5[Current Level] + 6.7(NOTE: When performing these calculations, answers should be rounded to the nearest integer, using the"Round Half Away From Zero" rules.)

Thanks! I've always wondered how to calculate the effiency of my grinder, just been a little too lazy