Reliable GPA Calculator

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

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    I have an app on my phone that says "Fourpoint,"
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    Good day:

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

    Thank you.
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    Divide the number of quality points that you've earned by the number of hours that you've completed.
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    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
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    Good day:

    203bravo gave the math.

    Thank


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