How to Calculate Your GPA
Your GPA (Grade Point Average) is the average of your end of term grades. You can figure your GPA on a semester by semester basis or for your cumulative, overall GPA.
Grades are assigned a numerical value:
A=4, B=3, C=2, D=1, F=0
Note: Units attempted that result in CR/NC, W, IP, RD or INC grades are not used to calculate the GPA.
|ENGL R101||4||X||A (4)||=||16|
|MATH R105||4||X||B (3)||=||12|
|SOC R101||3||X||B (3)||=||9|
|HED R102||3||X||C (2)||=||6|
|POL SCI 101||(3)||X||W (0)||=||0|
- Multiply the units attempted by the numerical value of the grade to get grade points
Units attempted Grade Grade Points Example: 3 x 4 = 12
Total the units attempted column and total the grade point column.
- The GPA is determined by dividing the total grade points by the number of attempted units.
Grade Points Units attempted Grade Point Average 43 / 14 = 3.07
4.0 = A average
3.0 = B average
2.0 = C average
1.0 = D average
0.0 = F average
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