GPA Calculator & Academic Status Chart
- Leave the Current Cumulative GPA table blank.
- Enter the name, number of units, and your grade range in each course. Note that the "grade range" are the high and low grades you anticipate for each course; e.g., if you have a B in a class and the final is worth a good portion of your grade, you may decide that a range of between A and C+ is possible for your grade.
- After you enter a unit count and a grade range for each class, your GPA estimates will be displayed in the third table, under GPA High and GPA Low.
- Enter in your total graded units and current cumulative GPA in the first table.
- Then select the check box under the "Repeating Class?" Column.
- Select the previous grade you received in the class you are repeating.
- The calculator will adjust your GPA and unit count accordingly to show your new projected GPA.
Note: This GPA calculator is intended to be used as a tool, not as an official indication of your GPA. This calculator should be used for planning purposes only and its accuracy is not guaranteed.