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GPA Calculator

 

The GPA Calculator allows you to determine how your current semester's grades will effect your overall GPA, how many credits are required to raise your GPA to a specified level, and what grades you need to earn in order to raise your GPA to a specified level.

In order to calculate any of the above, first fill out the two bullets below, then scroll down to the calculation you're interested in.

  • Enter Your Current Cumulative GPA:
  • Your Total Number of Attempted Credit Hours Completed to Date:
    (not including current hours)

CALCULATE your predicted new GPA at the end of this term

Enter the credit hours and expected grade for (up to six) courses that you are presently taking below and press CALCULATE to find your predicted new cumulative GPA at the end of this term:

Course 1:
Credit Hours And your anticipated grade:
Course 2:
Credit Hours And your anticipated grade:
Course 3:
Credit Hours And your anticipated grade:
Course 4:
Credit Hours And your anticipated grade:
Course 5:
Credit Hours And your anticipated grade:
Course 6:
Credit Hours And your anticipated grade:
 



CALCULATE the number of credit hours required to raise GPA

Enter your desired cumulative GPA and the average grade you can maintain in your classes going forward, and press CALCULATE to find the number of additional credit hours required to meet your desired GPA:

I would like to raise my cumulative GPA to: .
If I can maintain a: average from hereon:
 



CALCULATE the grades this semester required to raise GPA

Enter your desired cumulative GPA, your current cumulative GPA, and the number of credit hours your are taking this semester, and press CALCULATE to find out the average grade required in your current courses to meet your desired GPA:

I am currently taking credit hours.
If I want to raise my cumulative GPA to: at the end of this term,