GPA Calculator

This flexible GPA Calculator can be used to calculate a student's weighted and unweighted cumulative grade point average (GPA).

The Cappex Scattergram compares your GPA, SAT and ACT test scores with those of other students applying for admission.
What is a Good GPA?

More than three-quarters of college-bound high school students have a grade point average (GPA) of a B or better.
Weighted GPA vs. Unweighted GPA

What are the differences between a weighted GPA and an unweighted GPA in the treatment of more difficult classes?
GPA and Private Scholarships

Students with a 3.5 or higher GPA on a 4.0 scale are twice as likely to win private scholarships as students with a lower GPA.
Average High School GPA

The average high school GPA is about a B (3.0 on a 4.0 scale) overall and is increasing at a rate of about 0.1 points per decade.
Tutorial: How to Calculate GPA

Learn how to combine two or more grades into weighted and unweighted cumulative grade point averages (GPA).
GPA and College Admissions

The odds a student will enroll in college increase with a better high school grade point average (GPA).
Grade Inflation

The average high school GPA has been increasing by about 0.1 grade points per decade, probably due to grade inflation.
GPA Glossary

This GPA glossary includes definitions of the most common terms and acronyms related to high school and college GPAs.
GPA on and College Graduation

Students with a higher high school GPA and admissions test scores are more likely to graduate with a Bachelor's degree.
How to Improve Your GPA

Follow these tips to learn good study habits that can help you get better grades and increase your grade point average (GPA).

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