Question by  joshhand (27)

How is your GPA score determined?

I need to figure out my GPA.


Answer by  Duran (30)

Your GPA score is determined in two ways. Whether one semester or several years, the grades from the classes in that period are added together with each letter grade worth a certain amount. A is 4.0 and so on, then the average is taken, which is your GPA.


Answer by  kauthor (11)

Your GPA is calculated by the grades you get. If you get an A, then you get 4.0 gpa. If you get a B, then you get 3.0 gpa. If you get a C, then you get 2.0. If you get D or F, then it is 1 or 0.


Answer by  kph0329 (637)

Very simple...just divide the total number of your grade points earned by the number of credit hours attempted. You should get a number ranging from 0 to 4.

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