GPA Calculator

GPA stands for Grade Point Average

How does GradeHub calculate your GPA?

Shown in the example is a student who has taken three modules. Each module been assigned a letter grade and weighted using "credits".
  • Neural Networks has an "A" grade for a 20 credit module.
  • Database Systems has an "B" grade for a 10 credit module.
  • Quantum Computing has not been graded and is a 10 credit module.
Once you have completed a module, your work will be marked using a letter grade, usually A, B, C, D or F. More details of the letter grades for each grading system are shown in the tables below. These letter are each assigned a numeric value such that an average can be taken. In the GPA 4.0 system, an A grade receives 4 points, a B=3, a C=2, a D=1, and an F=0.
To calculator the final GPA take the average of the weighted grade for each module and divide by the total number of credits.
In this example: ((4 x 20) + (3 * 10)) / 30 = 3.7

What are Credits?

Credits are uses to balance the relative amount of effort required by your modules. Each module is assigned a certain number of "credits", depending on the content of the course. These credits are multiplied by your letter grades.

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What is the difference between 4.0 and 5.0 GPA?

Some American universities, such as MIT use GPA 5.0. This grading system works in the same way as GPA 4.0 but with an A grade being worth 5 instead of 4. Listed in the tables below are are the letter grades and point values for each of the GPA systems.
GradeHub is adding new grading systems all the time and aims to have a grading system bespoke to each College and University.

Table of GPA 4.0 grades

Letter
Grade points
A
4
A-
3.7
B+
3.3
B
3
B-
2.7
C+
2.3
C
2
C-
1.7
D+
1.3
D
1
F
0

Table of GPA 5.0 grades

Letter
Grade points
A
5
A-
4.7
B+
4.3
B
4
B-
3.7
C+
3.3
C
3
C-
2.7
D+
2.3
D
2
D-
1.7
F
0

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