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Calculating Grade Point Average
Using the "cumulative totals line" from your Coe College transcript or grade report (see following example), a student may project a desired GPA using the following:
Example: The student has the following numbers on the cumulative total line.
The sophomore whose transcript cumulative totals line appears above has a cumulative grade point average of 3.600 and has attempted 10.40 graded courses. He/she wished to determine the grades necessary for the next term to reach a 3.700 cumulative GPA.
|1. Total number of graded courses to date (GPCA)||10.4|
|2. Total number graded courses taking next term||4.0|
|3. Add above two lines to determine total graded courses||14.4|
|4. Multiply times cumulative grade point desired||3.7|
|5. Total grade points needed next term for desired CGPA||53.28|
|6. Subtract current grade points earned (GPS)||37.44|
|7. Remainder equals grade points (GPS) needed||15.84|
|8. Divide by desired grade point of 3.7 = grade point needed for next term in four courses student will be taking||3.96|
Note: If in doubt about your calculations please request that the Registrar's Office verify your figures.