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If your school uses the standard A-F grading scale, you can also follow the steps below to calculate your GPA. If your school uses an alternate scale, please contact your school for instructions.
(standard A-F scale only)
1. Convert each grade into its numeric equivalent using the chart below.
2. Multiply each class grade by the number of credits earned. For example: 3.0 (grade) x 4.0 (credits) = 12.
3. Divide this number by total credits attempted. This is your GPA.
Please note: "Pass" grades have no GPA value.