One of the problems university students face in the school is calculating the GPA.
|How to Calculate your G.P.A.?
Grade Point Average (GPA) is determined by dividing the Total Points for a term by the total attempted Credit Hours during that semester. Follow the directions below to calculate your Grade Point Average (GPA) for a single semester:
Calculating your Grade Point Average (G.P.A.) is simple and important. Knowing your GPA is important in measuring your progress. GPA is the average grade points you earned over a period of time (for instance, a semester, within your major, or your entire college career). In every course you will earn a grade except for the few courses you may take on a credit/no credit basis. Each grade is given the following point values:
Every course is worth a specific number of units. Most courses at CSUN are three unit courses although some might be one unit, five units, etc.
Here’s an example: For Spring semester, Student X took 13 units and received the following grades:
39.9 grade points divided by 13 units = 3.07 Grade Point Average for this semester.
TRY IT OUT AND KEEP TRACK OF YOUR G.P.A.!