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i'm a 11th grader from turkey and our country uses the percent grading system. in my freshman year my gpa was 95.5 percent, in my sophomore year it was 97.02 percent and currently my junior year gpa is 98.9 percent. i tried to convert my gpa by entering every single class i had and their grades at the end of the semester and the algorithm calculated my gpa as 3.93, did i do this the right way? or since the average of all of my classes' end-of-semester grades are over 93 is my gpa a solid 4.0? i'm confused and i could use a little help. thank you very much.

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• 3 years ago

So Im not familiar but for every class let's say you get a 91 using the standard scale that's a 4.0 but its also a 4.0 if you get all 100s. A 90 is 4 B 80 et cetera then you'd average it assuming equal credit.

Hope this helps and feel free to ask for clarification.

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• 3 years ago

Hi,

I found a GPA Calculator that could help you convert/calculate your GPA.

https://gpacalculator.net/high-school-gpa-calculator/

Please let me know if this helps you.

- Aadithya

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first of all thank you for replying! most of my classes have different credits, by the way is credit the amount of hours you are taught that class per week?, for example we are taught math 6 hours a week whereas literature is only 5. so when i get a different grade at the end of every semester for these classes don't they affect my gpa differently? i have 2 seperate semesters for my freshman year but because of covid the schools weren't open in my sophomore years second semester so our-