You study. You keep up with the lessons, go to all the classes, listen well in class, and take notes. You do all your homework and turn it in on time. If you do not understand

… something well or have questions, you ask the teacher or a classmate to explain it better for you. If allowed, taping the classes to replay later and copying your notes to add anything you left out also helps you to learn the lessons so you can get a high GPA. To calculate your GPA: Each letter grade is designated a point. A=4, B=3, C=2, D=1, F=0. Say you made 3 A's a B and a C one semester. You would be awarded 4+4+4+3+2, which equals 17. Divide the sum of your GPA points by the number of classes taken 17/5 This will give you your GPA: 3.4 If you are in college and are taking classes based on varied credit hours for each course, you would take your grade for each course times the number of credit hours for the course. Add the totals for all your classes together and divide the total by the number of credit hours you are taking. ( Full Answer )