Reliable GPA Calculator

  1. Do you have one?
    I've used 2 different ones and one says 2.8 and another says 3.04...
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  2. 5 Comments

  3. by   7237dallas
    I have an app on my phone that says "Fourpoint,"
  4. by   pmabraham
    Good day:

    Wouldn't your school be able to tell you your GPA?

    Thank you.
  5. by   203bravo
    Divide the number of quality points that you've earned by the number of hours that you've completed.
  6. by   ratlady
    Quote from 203bravo
    Divide the number of quality points that you've earned by the number of hours that you've completed.
    Your way says I have a 2.94, which is a lot better than I though! Believe it or not the very first one I used said 2.0 but I think there was something wrong with it. There is no doubt I can get my cumulative GPA to a 3.5 by the time I'm done with prereqs.

    Just kidding. I have doubt. I just did another online calculator that said I would have to take 105 hours of nothing but straight A's to even get that 3.5. WEAK!

    pmabraham, Is there a way I can average all the GPAs accurately? Would I just add them and divide like normal? I haven't thought to do it that way actually.
    Last edit by ratlady on Dec 3, '13
  7. by   pmabraham
    Good day:

    203bravo gave the math.

    Thank

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