Current GPA (Optional)

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Cumulative GPA

How to Use the Cumulative GPA Calculator

Your cumulative GPA is the score typically used for college applications or entering the workforce. It’s an average of averages, combining all your semester GPAs into a single, overall GPA. Want to figure out yours? Let’s take a look.

Step-by-Step Tutorial

Not into videos? Check out the list below to follow along and figure out your cumulative GPA.

  1. Enter your current GPA

    In the first field, enter your most recent cumulative GPA along with the corresponding credit hours.

  2. Enter your course name

    Give each of your courses a name so that you’ll be able to enter your grades in the proper row (it’ll look nice too).

  3. Enter your course grade

    Select a letter grade for each of your courses from the dropdown. Note, A and A+ both have the value of 4.0.

  4. Enter your course credits

    For each course enter the amount of credit hours you completed during the semester. Don’t forget labs and studios.

  5. Add another course (optional)

    Taking a heavy course load? Add as many extra classes as you need using the blue “add course” button near the bottom.

  6. Add another semester (optional)

    If your current GPA doesn’t include all your semesters feel free to create more, and add in the rest of your courses.

Stay Up-to-date

Your cumulative GPA is one of the most important academic metrics out there, so it’s important you keep abreast of any changes. The last thing you want is one class dragging your hard-earned 4.0 down to a B+. It pays to be diligent; bookmark this page and keep your GPA updated regularly. Not as high as you’d like? Then check out our pro-tips on how to raise your GPA. See you next time!


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