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Hello, friends! I'm a prospective student at Pitt-Johnstown and I'm trying to calculate my GPA using their grading scale. Does anyone know how to do this or is there a specific GPA calculator out there made for Pitt-Johnstown?

2 months ago

Hello! While there isn't a GPA calculator specifically designed for Pitt-Johnstown, you can easily calculate your GPA using a generic online GPA calculator or by doing it manually. Here's how to do it manually using Pitt-Johnstown's grading scale:

1. Assign point values to your letter grades based on the grading scale. Pitt-Johnstown typically follows a standard 4.0 scale, where:

A = 4.0

A- = 3.7

B+ = 3.3

B = 3.0

B- = 2.7

C+ = 2.3

C = 2.0

C- = 1.7

D+ = 1.3

D = 1.0

F = 0.0

2. For each course, multiply the GPA points for the letter grade you received by the number of credit hours the course is worth. This will give you the "quality points" for each course.

3. Add up the total number of credit hours and the total number of quality points for all your courses.

4. Divide the total number of quality points by the total number of credit hours to get your GPA.

For example, if you took a 3-credit course and received an A (4.0), a 4-credit course and received a B (3.0), and another 3-credit course and received a B+ (3.3), your GPA would be calculated as follows:

Quality Points: (4.0 x 3) + (3.0 x 4) + (3.3 x 3) = 12 + 12 + 9.9 = 33.9

Credit Hours: 3 + 4 + 3 = 10

GPA: 33.9 ÷ 10 = 3.39

So, your GPA would be 3.39. Keep in mind that this is just an example, and you'll need to input your own grades and credit hours to calculate your unique GPA. Good luck!

2 months ago

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