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Do you know that calculating out your GPA can be very easy? GPA calculator at Edubirdie helps students calculate their grade point average for university, college, high school or even online course.
Step 1: Adding the Letter Grade
Add the grade of your class into the left-hand side column of this tool. You must already know all needed course grades, which usually contain a series of letters indicating the course's general subject along with a series of numbers. Then add a column that lists scores in accordance with your grade. On a 4.33 scale, grades range from A to F with A being the highest score and F being the lowest one.
Step 2: Add Your Class Credits
Now insert all information for each class. For example, Eng 505 — A- — credits 5. Scale for weighted courses is higher than one of unweighted. They are evaluated differently as weighted courses usually receive extra points. You can attach as many grades earned for coursework as you have clicking “Add Row” button below.
Step 3: Calculation
“How can I calculate my GPA?” you will ask. That’s super easy. Under ‘Grade’ section, there is a drop-down menu for all letters. Enter grades together with credit hours — push “Calculate” button to know your score. To figure out your weighted GPA, add multiple semesters. It will show cumulative GPA score.
Grade Point Average is one of leading metrics used by high schools, colleges and universities. GPA is used by Academic Boards to evaluate student's average performance in their studies over a stated period. The most frequently used formula for GPA calculation is:
GPA = (grades * credits)/credits
You can calculate average grade on your own, but let us take it upon ourselves! Our free and easy GPA calculator will do everything for you quickly and accurately.
When one is taking Advanced Placement or Honors courses, their grade points are generally weighted. For instance, a half point (0.5) is added to the Honors course, while one whole point (1.0) is added to the AP course. Average results after passing Honors and AP courses will be calculated above 4.5 for Honors ones, and 5 for Advanced Placement.
We have some tips for students to help them get higher GPA.