Wynne - Computing GPA
HOW TO FIGURE YOUR GPA (GRADE POINT AVERAGE)
- Determine whether the class is a credit or non-credit class. Any class beginning with a zero in the course number is non-credit. The last digit tells you how many hours the class is worth.
Example: Elementary Algebra is MTH0953 - it is worth zero hours. College Algebra is MTH1113 - it is worth 3 hours.
- Each letter grade has been assigned a numerical value:
A is worth 4 points
B is worth 3 points
C is worth 2 points
D is worth 1 point
F is worth 0 points
- Multiply each credit hour by the numerical value of the grade received in that class.
|(College Alg) MTH 1113 3 hrs X B(3)||= 9|
|(Biology) BIO 1014 4 hrs X B(3)||= 12|
|(Concepts of Phys Activity) HPR 1732 2 hrs X A(4)||= 8|
|(Writing Skills) ENG 0963 0 hrs X 0||= 0|
|Total 9 hrs||= 29 points|
- Divide the results (29) by the total hours attempted (9).