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well my university doesnt use the GPA system, we only use average %
i am graduating this year and some of the companies want to know the GPA as a reference
i think all north america colleges share the same GPA system
so.. can someone tell me how to calcuate GPA?
 

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No idea. :( Isn't it like you multiply the grades you have by a certain score, then divide...I dunno...math was cool in high school..but after that we just never got along.
 

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mrdeucie said:
I think you might be right. I don't think my theory works out at all.
Your theory works ok also, but his is an "easier to work with" scale. But you have to include the other grades.

A ......4.0
A- .....3.6
B+ ....3.5
B ......3.0
B- .....2.6
C+ ....2.5
C ......2.0
C- .....1.6
D+ ....1.5
D ......1.0
D- .....0.5
F .......0.0


I'm pretty sure this is how it goes. Some of the numbers might be a little off. :)
 

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Actually, deucie, now that I think about it, you're formula is actually way off. That would mean that a 50% would be a C. If that were the case, I'd have a degree by now. :p
 

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the +/- system sucks... use straight points..

A==4 etc.

now add up all the points of your classes, divide by the number of classes to get your GPA.
 

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Mike4 said:


A ......4.0
A- .....3.6
B+ ....3.5
B ......3.0
B- .....2.6
C+ ....2.5
C ......2.0
C- .....1.6
D+ ....1.5
D ......1.0
D- .....0.5
F .......0.0

the mapping of letter to number depends on the system of the school. basically, take the number equivalent of the grade and multiply by the number of credits the class was worth. add up everything and divide by the total number of credits.

example:
i got an A in a 4credit class...B in a 3 credit class...and an A in a 3 credit class for a total of 10 credits....so:
(4*4 + 3*3 + 4*3)/10 = 3.7
 

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This is how we do it:

A......4.0
A-.....3.67
B+....3.33
B......3.0
B-.....2.67
C+....2.33
C......2.0
C-.....1.67
D+....1.33
D......1.0
D-.....0.67
F.......0.0

There are 3 possible "grades" for every letter grade, with the exception of "F"
This is how my Highschool figured GPA, and Ball State does it the same way. The only difference is that my Highschool figured it off of a 4.0 scale, but rewarded A+ with a 4.33. Therefore, the really smart kids ended with a GPA over 4.0.
 

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