A few days ago
Allen

# How do calculate your G.P.A. when your four classes are worth 5, 4, 4 and 3 credits respectively?

A few days ago
chris p

You weigh the grade in each class by the number of credits. In a normal grading scale an A=4 point, B=3 points, C=2 points D= 1 point and F=0

5 C 2 10

4 B 3 12

4 A 4 16

3 A 4 12

16 50 GPA is: 3.125

3.125 is a solid B Average

Hope this helps.

0

A few days ago
crystala_14
you multiply the credit hours (5, 4, 4, 3) by the points awarded for the grade your got ( a=4, b=3, c=2, d=1, f=0) add the products of each multiplication. then devide that total by credit hours (16) that number is your gpa.
0

A few days ago
yyyyyy
you have to multiply your grade point by the credit weight, add them all up and then divide by the total number of credits, in your case divide by 16

say you have a B in the 5 credit course, if B=3, then you get 5X3=15 for that course

if you have A in a 4 credit course then 4 X 4=16 for that course, etc

0

A few days ago
eri
[(grade in class) x 5 + (grade in class) x 4 + (grade in class) x 4 + (grade in class) x 3 ] / 16
0