# California Institute of Technology GPA Calculator

Cumulative GPA: 0.00

Semester 1 GPA: 0.00

Class 1

**Grade:**

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Class 2

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Class 3

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Class 4

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How to Use the GPA Calculator

1. Enter the letter grade and credit hours you have earned or
expect to earn from from each class in a given semester2. Click

*Calculate*to calculate your semester GPA

3. Use

*+ Semester*to add all additional semesters and calculate your cumulative GPA

Grade

In the field labeled *Grade*, enter the letter grade that you have earned or expect to earn from a given class (e.g. A+, A, A-, B+, etc.).

Credits/Hours

Enter the total number of credit hours that your class is worth
in the *Credits/Hours*field. A typical class is 3 credit hours, but there are a lot of variations. If you arenâ€™t sure how many credit hours your class is worth, check the course syllabus or your schoolâ€™s course catalog.

What is the difference between semester and cumulative GPA?

Your semester GPA is the grade point average that you
earned for a single semester, so it is the numerical weighted
average of your class grades. Your cumulative grade point
average is the numerical weighted average of the grades
youâ€™ve earned over your entire college career.
How are grade points measured?

Grade points are calculated using your letter grade on a
conversion scale. For instance, at most schools an A+ grade
equals 4.0 grade points while a B- grade equals 2.7 grade
points. The weighted average of these numbers gives us your
GPA.
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