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The GPA Calculator made for College and High School allows to calculate the grade point average for a semester on the USA scale (4.0). Get your weighted ans unweighted GPA now.

5 Steps to Calculate Your GPA

  1. Fill your course names in the first column.
  2. Enter your grades.
  3. Choose your Credits Hours.
  4. Select your Course Type.
  5. Click on “Add Course” if you need more rows.

GPA Calculator by Semester for College & High School

Find here the cumulative GPA calculator. You don’t need to use the App State to know your GPA by semester. To know if your pass or fail, just look at colors:

  • Green or Yellow: You pass
  • Red: You fail

Grade Correspondance on the 4.0 Scale (USA)

Find here the regular USA scale to calculate your GPA. Grade are depending on your course type.

  • A+ = 4.0
  • A = 4.0
  • A- = 3.7
  • B+ = 3.3
  • B = 3.0
  • B- = 2.7
  • C+ = 2.3
  • C = 2.0
  • C- = 1.7
  • D+ = 1.3
  • D = 1.0
  • D- = 0.7
  • F = 0.0

Credits Hours

Credits Hours are depending on your courses. They are affected according to course duration and priority for your semester. You can choose among these credits:

  • 1
  • 1.5
  • 2
  • 2.5
  • 3
  • 3.5
  • 4
  • 4.5
  • 5
  • 5.5

How Course type impact your GPA?

Here are different kinds of Course Type:

  • Regular
  • Honors
  • College
  • AP (Advanced Placement)
  • IB (International Baccalaureate)

AP and IB are considered as options that allows credits for your next cursus. They are really important for an international program. In many Universities, entering freshman has to get a GPA higher or equal to 3.5 to be eligible. If your cumulative GPA is greater than 3.25, most of universities encouraged you to follow honors courses. Each establishment has is own rules. It’s really important for your future to check your next university requirements in order to be eligible. To do that, you have to ask for admission conditions in your expected school.

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