GPA Calculator

The easiest way to calculate your GPA

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GPA calculator is free online tool that makes calculating your GPA easy, simple and maybe even fun 😉. Quickly calculate your high school, college or cumulative GPA, check class grades and figure out what you'll need on the final to get that A. Extra credit: learn how to convert letter grades to grade points, and get tips on how to raise your GPA.

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Alex DixonMaker@amdixon · Architect, designer, developer
Thanks for the hunt Mubs! Heyo folks, just in time for finals we’re launching a fun web tool for calculating that metric to rule all metrics-the GPA. GPA Calculator is a simple, easy to use website where you can calculate (and save) your GPA. It’s a bit better looking than it’s cousins, with a few nice bits of UX thrown in for good measure. Looking forward to hearing your feedback, thoughts and suggestions as always!
Ayush Chandra@ayush_chandra · Research Intern & Tech Evangelist
Great job !! 😊 Very useful for students ,can it be applied to Indian education system score analysis. It would be better for it
Alex DixonMaker@amdixon · Architect, designer, developer
@ayush_chandra thanks! I'm not as familiar with the Indian education system, do you have a link where I could learn more? Might be able to adapt the calculator a bit.
Ayush Chandra@ayush_chandra · Research Intern & Tech Evangelist
@amdixon Here you go :- https://www.classbase.com/countr... incase You can even google by typing Indian grading system, Hopefully it should help you😊 Let me know
Ayush Chandra@ayush_chandra · Research Intern & Tech Evangelist
@amdixon you can drop me an mail too for more help.
Alex DixonMaker@amdixon · Architect, designer, developer
@ayush_chandra thanks for the link! I'll see what I can come up with over the weekend 😉
sam@greaterthan1000 · Assistant Principal. Father of twins.
Clean and helpful. Consider adding a feature that allows users to adjust the weighting value. In some school districts honors/ap/ dual enrollment may carry .025 weight, others assign a full 1.0 weight. Could create confusion for students if the weight is incorrect for their class It may be there, tldr all of your copy, a memo about where to find the values for course weights would be helpful. The student progression plan for a school district list values for weighted courses.