The following will help with your GPA
calculations. In order to use it, be sure that you have entered your
Cum. GPA and current Credit Hours prior to the current semester.
What will it take and how many credit hours will I need to raise my
GPA to a new specified level?
I would like to raise my GPA to
If I can maintain a
from here on, how many credit hours will it take to raise my GPA to
this new level?
What grade average do I need to achieve this
term to raise my cumulative GPA to a new specified level? I am currently taking
I want to raise my Cum GPA to
at the end of this term.
What will I have to average in my current courses to reach this goal?
accepts letter grades with or without pluses or minuses & either
upper or lower case.
(i.e. A, b, c-, D+, F)
To calculate estimated GPA for the current semester, enter anticipated
grade and total credits for each course for up to six courses, and
press the button marked ?Calculate Estimated Current Semester GPA?.
?Repeat?? column is ignored in this calculation
To calculate estimated effect of the current semester on your
cumulative GPA, also enter your cumulative GPA and total credits for
semesters prior to the current semester, and then press the button
marked ?Calculate Estimated Cumulative GPA?.
Because of round off uncertainties, any result which
relies upon a precision of +/-3 in the second decimal place should be
checked by hand (e.g. if one needs to be certain whether it is 2.999
If any class in the
current semester is a repeat of a course in which an earlier grade has
been earned, the old grade for that course must be entered in the
rightmost column in order for cumulative GPA to be properly computed.
Use ?Reset All? to
clear and restart. Use ?Create Printable Report? to take you to a
page showing your results which can be printed easier.. You must
first calculate the Current Semester GPA to use the print
feature. If you calculate the Cum GPA before printing, that will
be on the report as well.