The optional row at the top can be used to input your current GPA, by inputting current GPA Hours in the credits column and current GPA in the grade column; these can be found by clicking on 'View Transcript' in MySAIL, then find the totals at the bottom. Ensure that you enter GPA Hours in the credit column, not total credits.
Assignment And Grade Calculator
To calculate your GPA for ONE semester:
Imagine this scenario: You just scored individual questions on a stack of papers and now you need to calculate grades. Simply start entering the points gained or lost into the app and see it calculate the overall percentage, total points, and lost points. To calculate your average grade, follow these steps: Multiple each grade by its weight. In this example, you received a 90% on the first assignment and it was worth 10%. So multiply 90 x 10 = 900.
- Multiply the numeric grade by the number of credit hours. The result is the honor points earned.
- Total the credit hours for the term; total the honor points for the term.
- Divide the total honor points by the total credit hours. The result is the GPA for the term.
To calculate your OVERALL GPA:
- Follow steps 1 and 2 above for each term.
- Total the credit hours from all terms; total the honor points from all terms.
- Divide the total honor points for all terms by the total credit hours for all terms. The result is the cumulative GPA.
Grading Calculator App
This GPA calculator should only be used as a resource to help you understand how grade point averages are calculated, the results are not official. Official GPA calculations are completed by OU's Office of the Registrar and can be found in your SAIL account.
If you are calculating a projected GPA using S/U grades, these courses do not count towards GPA credit hours; leave these courses out of your calculation. If these courses were in previous semesters, they will not be included in the GPA Hours total found under 'View Transcript' in MySAIL.
All grades appear on student transcripts. However, only numerical grades are used to determine the grade point average, which is rounded to two decimal places. To learn more about the grading scale, please check the FAQ. Imac cleaner.