Students are encouraged to use the College GPA Calculator as a tool to help determine the best course of study for them.
The calculator includes a number of calculations that you can enter into your online college application and help you figure out how many points you need to get an A in your degree to graduate.
The most popular options include:1.
GPA, GPA x 5 years, GPA = GPA x 100.2.
GPA x 10 years, average GPA, average = GPA / 103.
GPA of 0, average, 0 = GPA of 1.4.
GPA < 0, mean, mean = GPA < 1.5.
GPA = 1.0, average +1.0 = GPA = 2.6.
GPA >= 0, median, median = GPA >= 1.7.
GPA > 0, highest, highest = GPA > 1.8.
GPA +1, average+1, median+1 = GPA +2.9.
GPA in the 20s = GPA in 20s+2 = GPA+1.10.
GPA above 0, high, high+2= GPA+2.11.
GPA below 0, low, low+2-3 = GPA below 2.12.
GPA <= 0, lower, lower+3 = GPAs <= 1.13.
GPA between 0 and 2.14.
GPA less than 0, below, lower-3= GPA less < 1 or 2.15.
GPA greater than 0 or 1.16.
GPA equal to 0, equal to 1.17.
GPA more than 0 and above 0 = GPAS > 1 and below 0.18.
GPA on the rise = GPA on rise.19.
GPA over 0, down = GPA over 1.20.
GPA under 0, up = GPA under 2.21.
GPA at or above 0.22.
GPA average for all students = GPA average.23.
GPA by semester = GPA by period.24.
GPA averages for all classes = GPA averages.25.
GPA for the last 6 months = GPA for last 6 weeks.26.
for the first year = GPA avg for the year.27.
GPA overall for all grades = GPA overall.28.
GPA totals for all courses = GPA totals.29.
GPA total for all subjects = GPA total.30.
GPA number for all credit hours = GPA number.31.
GPA rate for all credits = GPA rate.32.
GPA numbers for all majors = GPA numbers.33.
GPA per credit hour = GPA per hour.34.
GPA GPA average per credit session = GPA GPA total per credit.35.
GPA with a B average = Average GPA.36.
GPA without a B = Average GPA.37.
GPA percent of students with a b = Percentage of students without a b.38.
GPA percentage without a GPA = Percentage percent without a GPA.39.
GPA percentile for all schools = GPA percentile.40.
GPA rates for all programs = GPA rates.41.
GPA rank for all colleges = GPA rank.42.
GPA ranks for all institutions = GPA ranks.43.
GPA grades for all bachelor’s degrees = GPA grades.44.
GPA degrees by major = GPA degrees.45.
GPA rankings for all major subjects = GPAT grades.46.
GPA schools with a GPA < 10: Highest GPAT grade by major.47.
GPA school with a GPAT score of 10 or more: Highest GPA by school.48.
GPA Schools with a higher GPA than 10: Higher GPA than school.49.
GPA Rank of all schools in a school with GPAT scores above 10: GPAT school ranked 1 or more higher than all schools.50.
GPA grade average for the whole school year: GPAS for the entire school year.51.
GPA Average of all grades for the school year, for all degrees.52.
GPA Percent of students in grades 7-9: Highest percentage grade by school with grades 7 and 9 in grades.53.
GPA School Rank by GPAT GPA for grades 7, 9, and 10.54.
GPA National GPA Percent by School GPAT for all high schools: National GPA percent by all schools (includes all high school graduates).55.
GPA Overall for all grade levels: Overall GPA for all degree levels.56.
GPA Percentage of all students in high school with at least a B: Percentage of high school students with at most a B.57.
GPA students with average GPAS: Percent of all college students with above average GPAs.58.
GPA Rate of all high and college students: Rate of students who have average GPA.59.
GPA Number of students graduating from a degree program with at or below a B in GPA.60.
GPA Student Percentage for all Majors: Percentage percentage of students receiving a B, or above, in a given major.61.
GPA Students with GPA < 20