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Use our handy GPA Calculator to calculate your cumulative GPA, find out how your future and current grades will affect your academic performance, and automatically track your cumulative academic performance.

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  • Using the Calculator

    High school students, input your class name, letter grade and credit hours (typically 1). If you’re enrolled in weighted classes (Honors, AP/IB or College) change the ‘weighted’ toggle to the on position.

    College students, input your course name, letter grade and credit hours (typically 3–4). Add additional courses and semesters using the red buttons, and delete items using the delete buttons (Xs) to the right. You don’t need to use the weighted column.

    How to Use the Cumulative GPA Calculator

    Your cumulative GPA is the score that college applications or potential employers usually ask for. It’s an average of averages, tabulating all your semester GPAs into one, overall GPA. Want to compute your cumulative GPA? Keep reading.

    Step-by-Step Tutorial

    Read the list below learn how to use our calculator to tabulate your cumulative GPA.

    Enter your course name

    Enter the name of each of your courses so you’ll enter your grades in the correct row.

    Enter your course grade

    Enter a letter grade for your courses using the dropdown. Note, A and A+ both have a value of 4.0.

    Enter your course credits

    For each course, enter the number of credit hours that you received. Don’t forget labs and studios.

    Add an additional course (optional)

    Add as many extra courses as you need using the red “add course” button near the bottom.

    Add an additional semester (optional)

    If your current GPA doesn’t have all of your college semesters, then create more and add in the rest of your courses.

    Stay Up-to-date

    Your cumulative GPA is one of the essential academic measures that educational institutions and employers use, so it’s vital that you monitor any changes. You don’t want a single course dragging down your hard-earned 4.0 to a B+. So be responsible; bookmark this page and keep your GPA updated regularly. When you return, your GPA data will be waiting for you. Use this page as an unofficial transcript, available 24/7.


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