Grades and Grade Point Averages (GPA)

# How do you calculate Grade Point Average GPA from percentages?

###### Wiki User

###### February 13, 2009 1:05AM

**A+** = **4.3** **A** = **4.0** **A-** =
**3.6** **B+** = **3.3** **B** = **3.0** **B-** =
**2.6** **C+** = **2.3** **C** = **2.0** **C-** =
**1.6** **D+** = **1.3** **D** = **1.0** **D-** =
**0.6** **F** = **0.0** **Use your Grade percentages
and add them all. After you add them, divide that number by the
amount of classed you have.****(All Core or Full Year
Classes are worth 1.00 Credit, Semester or Half Year Courses are
worth 0.50 Credit, Physical Education is worth 0.25
Credit)**

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