2

Useful GPA Calculators

GPA Calculation Tools
(fill out current GPA and units completed)

Default grade point values are based on the college GPA system. You can change these if your school uses a different GPA system.

Semester GPA – calculate semester GPA and what your overall GPA will be after the semester

Project your GPA – by projecting a GPA and remaining units, figure out what your GPA will be. For example: if you have a 3.5 GPA (175 units), you can figure out your max possible GPA with 50 units by maintaining a 4.0 === which would be 3.61

Manage your Goal- enter into the calculator your goal GPA and the GPA you will maintain to calculate how many units it will take to reach your goal GPA. For example, you currently have a 3.5 GPA (175 units) and you want a 3.6 GPA. By maintaining a 4.0, you can reach your 3.6 GPA after 43.75 units