GPA calculator calculate your grade point average. Enter the grade and credit hours for each course, then click "Calculate" to get your GPA.

**Grades:**These can be entered as letter grades (A, B, C, etc.), percentages, or points based on how the calculator is made and the rules of the school system. Some calculators also let you get weighted scores that consider how challenging or essential the course is.**Credit Hours:**This number tells you how much each course counts toward your degree. Most of the time, a course with more credit hours significantly affects the GPA. The calculator asks users to enter how many credit hours each course is worth, which is then used to determine how vital each grade is to the total GPA.

**Conversion of Grades:**First, each grade is converted into a number matching the marking scale. For instance, an "A" could become 4.0, a "B" into 3.0, etc.**Weighting by Credit Hours:**To find the total quality points for each course, the calculator increases each grade by the number of credit hours in the course.**Summation:**Combining all the quality points into one number gives you the total.**Division by Total Credit Hours:**When determining your GPA, divide the total quality points by your credit hours.

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