The GPA calculator can be used to calculate your current GPA. The fields marked with an asterisk ( * ) are required to use the calculator. You can find your grade point information by signing in to My ASU . Enter total grade points, graded units and scheduled course information, then click Calculate GPA .
Prior to fall 2008 Fall 2008 or after
Checking this box will exclude your previous grade from your GPA calculation. See below for additional information on repeat policies and when specific courses and grades may be excluded from your GPA calculation. Students newly admitted to ASU for Fall 2008 and after are permitted to improve their cumulative GPA’s by repeating up to 12 hours for which they received grades of D or E. Both grades will appear on the student’s transcript, but only the higher of the two grades will be reflected in the student’s cumulative GPA. Excluding more than 12 hours will result in an incorrect GPA calculation. Students admitted to ASU prior to Fall 2008 are permitted to improve their cumulative GPA’s by repeating only lower division courses for which they received grades of D or E. Both grades will appear on the student’s transcript, but only the higher of the two grades will be reflected in the student’s cumulative GPA. Excluding upper division courses and grades will result in an incorrect GPA calculation. Course repeat policy applies to undergraduate students only. Graduate students are not permitted to delete grades for repeated courses. Additional information is available at: http://www.asu.edu/aad/manuals/ssm/ssm203-06.html .
GPA for all courses completed at ASU. Calculated by dividing your Total Grade Points by your total number of Graded Units (credit hours).
Grade Point Value
Each letter grade is assigned a numeric value, rounded to the hundredths place.
Notes: Other grades (W, X, Y, etc.) are not included in the GPA calculation. Grades E1, E2, E3, E4, E5, and E8 are equivalent to an E.
*Although the plus/minus scale includes a grade of “A+” with a value of 4.33, the cumulative GPA is capped at 4.00. Questions about the grade scales may be referred to the University Registrar's Office at [email protected] .
Credit hours earned for which one of the following grades is assigned: A+, A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, C, D or E. Other grades do not carry grade points (e.g. I, P, W, X, Y, Z).
This number is calculated by multiplying the grade point value by the number of graded units (credit hours) for a course.
For example—let’s say you completed an art class and you received a letter grade of “A”:
Grade point value of “A” = 4.00 Graded units (credit hours) = 3 Grade points = 12.00 (4.00 x 3)
Total Grade Points (TGP)
The sum of all the grade points you've earned while at ASU. To calculate your TGP, first multiply the grade point value by the number of graded units (credit hours) for each course you've taken. This will give you the grade points for each course. Then, add all the grade points .
For example, you've completed your first semester at ASU and these are your grades:
Course Repeat Policy
An undergraduate student who receives a “D” or “E” grade in a course may repeat that course only once to attempt to earn an improved grade.
Academic Record Adjustment
For students admitted prior to the fall 2008 semester, the grade received through repeating the course will be reflected in the academic records based on the course level and is detailed in the first policy listed below. For students newly admitted fall 2008, and after the grade received through repeating the course will be reflected in the academic records based on the second policy detailed below.
Students Admitted Prior to Fall 2008
100 and 200 Level Courses
For 100 and 200 level course repetition, the student's academic record will reflect:
- Both grades received in the course on the student's transcript, and
- Only the highest grade received in the course in the student's grade point average.
300 and 400 Level Courses
For 300 and 400 level course repetition, the student's academic record will reflect:
- Both grades received in the course on the transcript, and
- Both grades received in the course in the student's grade point average.
Students Newly Admitted Fall 2008 and After
Students are permitted to repeat up to 12 hours and the following will apply:
- For 100, 200, 300 and 400 level course repetition the student's academic record will reflect:
- Only the highest grade received in the course in the student's cumulative grade point average.
All courses taken repeated beyond the 12 hour limit the following will apply:
- The average course grade be included in the student's cumulative grade point average.
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- Article (25): Course Grades
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The GPA of each course is calculated based on the marks a student collects during his study of this course (Student Activities – Mid Term Exam – Practical Exam – Final Exam). The following table shows how to calculate the GPA based on the collected marks. The student must get a minimum Grade D in order to pass the course and be considered in the calculation of the Cumulative GPA. The distribution of the marks among different assessment criteria is determined in the course description of this Bylaw. However, the Faculty Council can modify the distribution for a course upon agreement with the concerned Department and announce to the students before the beginning of the semester.
4 Course grades and equivalent GPA.
For other courses where the student is registered as a listener (audit), or is only required to pass (zero credit courses), are not included in the cumulative GPA, the course grades will be as follows:
Table 5 Grades of zero credit courses.
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