## How do you calculate your overall grade in a class?

Then using a calculator the overall grade is calculated as: Overall grade = (93×10%+ 85×20%+ 86×20%+87×25%+ 91×25%)/100% = 88 percent.

**What’s my GPA if I have all B’s?**

To manually calculate your cumulative GPA, start by taking your total quality points and dividing it by your total GPA hours….Manual GPA Calculation.

Grade | Quality Points | GPA Hours |
---|---|---|

A- | 3.67 x | Credit Hours |

B+ | 3.33 x | Credit Hours |

B | 3.00 x | Credit Hours |

B- | 2.67 x | Credit Hours |

### What GPA is all A’s and one B+?

Many schools report your GPA on a 4.0 scale. Obtaining this grade at the end of the semester would be the equivalent of getting all A’s or perfect scores in all your classes….GPA:

Grade Equivalence | |
---|---|

A | 4.00 |

A- | 3.67 |

B+ | 3.33 |

B | 3.00 |

**Is a 4.0 GPA possible?**

A: There two main ways a student can get a grade point average (GPA) greater than a 4.0. Both depend on how their high school calculates GPA. So, a 4.5 GPA on a 5.0 scale is the equivalent of a 3.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale. Most high schools use a 4.0 scale, however, because most colleges use a 4.0 scale.

## What grade is a 79.5 percent?

Grading Policy

Percentage | Grade | |
---|---|---|

Excellent | 92.5 – 100 89.5 – 92.49 | A A- |

Above Average | 86.5 – 5 – 86.49 79.5 – 82.49 | B+ B B- |

Average | 76.5 – 5 – 76.49 | C+ C |

Below Average *Not passing | 69.5 – 5 – 0 – 66.49 | C- D+ D |

**How many B’s is a 3.8 GPA?**

Assuming all classes are equally weighted, and ignoring labs, etc, you get Bs in 20% of your classes (as long as you get straight As in the rest) for a 3.8.