1. Enter the letter grade and credit hours you have earned or
expect to earn from from each class in a given semester
2. Click Calculate to calculate your semester GPA
3. Use + Semester to add all additional semesters and
calculate your cumulative GPA
In the field labeled Grade, enter the letter grade that you have
earned or expect to earn from a given class (e.g. A+, A, A-,
Enter the total number of credit hours that your class is worth
in the Credits/Hours field. A typical class is 3 credit hours, but
there are a lot of variations. If you aren’t sure how many
credit hours your class is worth, check the course syllabus or
your school’s course catalog.
What is the difference between semester and cumulative GPA?
Your semester GPA is the grade point average that you
earned for a single semester, so it is the numerical weighted
average of your class grades. Your cumulative grade point
average is the numerical weighted average of the grades
you’ve earned over your entire college career.
How are grade points measured?
Grade points are calculated using your letter grade on a
conversion scale. For instance, at most schools an A+ grade
equals 4.0 grade points while a B- grade equals 2.7 grade
points. The weighted average of these numbers gives us your
Calculate your grade point average (GPA) using our GPA calculator and stay on top of your college grades.
Simply enter in the grades you have received for each course you have taken and the respective number of credit hours and the
GPA calculator will calculate your cumulative GPA. It takes just a few seconds, so go ahead and calculate your
grade point average today!