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How to Calculate Grades

What’s in a Grade?

We all know, and have been told over and over, to keep our grades up. Good grades are, of course, important. But how do you get your grades up, and keep them there, so you have a good GPA, or Grade Point Average?

If you’re getting a low grade, is it even worth it to try to increase your grade? Yes! And, we will take you through just how to do that, step by step. Just looking to calculate your GPA? Check out our easy to use GPA calculator; simply enter your classes and grades and get a full report on your academic progress.

How are Grades Calculated?

Every teacher or instructor has a different way of calculating grades. So, the first rule here is: know how every class is calculating grades!

Let’s take a look at two different courses, and how the instructor is calculating the grade for each.

Psychology 101 Composition 101
Homework 25% Homework 10%
Quizzes 25% Quizzes 15%
Unit Tests 10% Unit Tests 25%
Final Exam 40% Final Exam 50%

In each of the above classes, certain “weights” are placed on different aspects of your grade. For example, in Psychology 101, the final exam is “weighted” to be 40% of your grade. In Composition 101, the final is “weighted” to be 50% of your grade.

So, of the two classes, which one is putting more emphasis on your final exam?

Right—Composition 101, because the final is worth a bigger part of your class grade than any other single assignment.

But, that’s not the end of the story—let’s dig a little deeper.

As we can see from above, each course has homework, quizzes, unit tests and a final exam. Now, let’s see how those can differ from class to class, too. Below is a breakdown of the individual aspects of each class, with the number of quizzes, assignments, etc.

Psychology 101 Composition 101
Homework 32 Assignments Homework 16 Assignments
Quizzes 10 Quizzes Quizzes 10 Quizzes
Unit Tests 10 Tests Unit Tests 10 Tests
Final Exam 1 Final Exam 1

Take a look at the main difference between these two courses. They each have 10 quizzes, 10 tests and 1 final exam. But, as you can see, Psychology 101 has twice as many homework assignments than Composition 101.

When it comes time for your teacher to calculate your grade, he or she is going to add up all the grades you received for each part of your total grade. Every single homework assignment, every quiz, test and the final exam. Then, he or she is going to calculate your letter grade from there.

In each of the class examples, the final has quite a bit of importance to it. If you keep your grades up throughout the class, you have a little bit of a buffer for that final exam. For example, if you haven’t been doing your homework, or studying for quizzes or tests, you start at a real disadvantage.

Let’s say you are averaging a “C” grade, up until you are taking the final exam. Even if you get a perfect 100% grade on the final exam, you would only earn a “B.” More realistically, you wouldn’t be able to get out of “C” range, unless there’s a lot of extra credit you can take advantage of.

If, on the other hand, you’ve been taking every assignment seriously, and going into the final you have a 95% average, you only need an 85% on the final to maintain your “A” grade. Note, if you’re curious how to convert between letter grades and percentages, see our handy GPA scale which provides an easy to use chart for converting between letter grades, percentage grades and GPAs on a 4-point scale.

How to Calculate Your Grade

Let’s figure out how you did in Composition 101

Homework: to keep it simple, let’s just say you got 10/10 points for each assignment you turned in, but you skipped one assignment, and only turned in 15. You received 150 points for your homework.

Quizzes: You took all 10 quizzes, and received an 100% on them all for 10/10 points on each quiz. You earned 100 points for the quizzes.

Tests: Again, to keep it simple, let’s say you earned 9/10 on each of the 10 tests you took. So, you received 90 points for the tests.

Final: You did a great job on the final, and earned 95 points out of 100.

Here’s a summary of what the teacher will use to calculate your grade, showing points you received for each part of your grade:

Assessment Grade Points
Homework 150 points
Quizzes 100 points
Unit Tests 90 points
Final Exam 95 points
Total 435 Points (out of 450)

Now the teacher has to figure out your grade, based on how he or she has weighted each aspect of your grade. Remember at the beginning of this section when we talked about what percent each part of your grade is worth?

Here’s how Composition 101 is weighted, with your total points for each part, multiplied by the percent each part is worth, showing your final tally.

Assessment Grade Points Weight Total
Homework 150 points 10% 15 (out of 16 possible)
Quizzes 100 points 15% 15 (out of 15 possible)
Unit Tests 90 points 25% 22.5 (out of 25 possible)
Final Exam 95 points 50% 47.5 (out of 50 possible)
Total 100 (out of 106 possible)

Now, the instructor will calculate your total percentage, by dividing your total weighted points earned by total weighted points possible:

100 ÷ 106 = 0.94 (rounded to two decimal places).

In grade percentages, that’s a 94% for an “A.” Great job!

How to calculate what you need on the final exam

We talked about this briefly, above—but, let’s look at a few examples of how to get the grade you want, based on what you’ve earned so far. For this example, let’s assume that the final is worth 50% of your grade.

We are also going to assume that you are shooting for a final “A” grade, right?

Ok, so let’s look at some examples of grades so far, and what you need to get on the final to get your “A.”

Example Final Grade Needed for an “A” (at least 93%)
73% (“C”) 113%
83% (“B”) 103%
93% (“A”) 93%

This can, as you see, get a little complicated. But fear not, if you’re trying to calculate what grade you’ll need on your final exam use our simple final grade calculator; just enter your current class grade, desired final grade and the weight of your final exam and voilà, it outputs what you’ll need to score on the final!

How to Raise a Low Grade

As we’ve mentioned, it’s important to keep your grades as high as possible, throughout the course, and not just wait until the end as the final exam is looming.

However, if your grade is lower than you would like it to be, there are some basic things you can do to increase your grade. Keep in mind, there are no shortcuts. To raise your grade will require hard work, but it’s worth it, especially as you try to keep your overall GPA up, too.

Talk with your teacher. Ask him or her what you need to do to increase your grade. You’re not asking the teacher to raise your grade. That’s your job, but your teacher can give you some ideas on what you need to do. He or she may even be willing to assign make-up work, or extra-credit assignments.

Do extra credit assignments. If there are already any extra credit options available, do them all. Any time extra points are available, make sure take advantage of them.

Participate in class. Some teachers give points for participation and/or attendance. It’s always important to attend class, every time, and when you’re there, raise your hand, and participate in the discussions. Even if there aren’t points available, your teacher will take note and see that you’re trying hard. When you ask for help in raising your grade, they may be more willing to work with you if you’ve been showing real effort.

Study with friends. If there’s already a study group, join it. If there isn’t, start one. Chances are you’re not the only one having a tough time in the class, and taking things through with other students can really help.

Work with a tutor. Take advantage of any tutoring or study assistance that might be available from the school. Maybe there’s a free study session after school, or tutoring available in the library. Talk to your teacher or the school librarian about what might help you.

By following the above tips, you can avoid low grades in the first place. Attend class. Every day. Participate. Do your homework. Study for quizzes and tests. Study for the final. Talk with your teacher. Ask for help. These are all basic skills that will help you with your grades in any class that you take.

If you pay attention to each class grade, you can make sure that your overall GPA stays high, too.

How Grades Affect Your GPA (Grade Point Average)

Your cumulative GPA is used as a benchmark for academic performance across your entire high school or college career. It’s a combined average of all classes across all semesters, with the most granular unit begin the class grade. If you’re interested in digging deeper check out our detailed guide and cumulative GPA calculator.

Cumulative GPA is an important tool that colleges, universities, scholarship committees and future employers use to gauge how serious you are about your studies. Having a high GPA opens doors for you, and gives you more options for future education or even employment. Financial aid and/or scholarships are often based, at least in part, on your GPA, so it’s important to keep your GPA as high as you possibly can. And to do so, you’ll need to perform well in your studies.

Calculating cumulative GPA is another story, but, to help make it easier, we’ve put together some easy to use calculators that will do the heavy lifting. If you’re currently in high school, check out our high school GPA calculator, and for those in college, use our college GPA calculator.

But, how exactly do class grades factor into your GPA? Does it really matter if you get a low grade in a class, if all your other grades are high? Unfortunately, yes. Just one class can drag down your GPA. Let’s take a quick look at how this might work. Here’s a sample schedule, and corresponding grades:

Course Grade
English 3 75%
Algebra 2 100%
US History 90%
Biology 2 70%
Average Grade 80% (total % points 320 divided by 4 classes)

An 80% average grade translates to a 3.0 GPA—or, straight “B” average. That’s “OK,” but certainly you can probably do better.

Which class or classes are dragging you down? What kind of GPA do you want?

Algebra 2 and Biology 2 are slowing you down a bit, as you’re just getting “Cs.” What can you do to increase your grade? First, be honest with yourself. Are you trying as hard as you really can? Don’t make excuses. Your grade is your responsibility, so figure out what you can do to increase your grades in these two classes. (Hint: see the tips above).

If you want to get a GPA of 3.5 (or 85%), you can focus on those two classes where you clearly need a little extra help, and you can get your grades in the other classes even higher. Every little bit helps.

Let’s say you worked a lot harder in Algebra and Biology, and also upped your grade in English 3. Here are your new grades, going into the final:

Course Grade
English 3 90%
Algebra 2 80%
US History 90%
Biology 2 85%
Average Grade 86.25% (total % points 320 divided by 4 classes)

Congratulations! You did it! You’re now in solid “B” territory. To maintain that average, do well on each class final, and you’ve increased your GPA to a very respectable level.

The key is to not give up. Work hard the entire year, and communicate with your teacher if you are having any problems. Most will work with you and help you out. If one or more classes are dragging you down, keep at it, and look at how your other classes can help raise your overall GPA, too.

Final Thoughts

The good news is that you can control, to a great extent, what your grades are. Most of the time there is help available, and if you focus on your studies, you should be able to keep your grades high, and your GPA in a respectable range to be considered by the best employers, colleges and scholarship committees.

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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.

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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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How to Convert U.K. Grades For Master’s Degrees In Other Countries

If you’ve studied in Britain and want to enrol in a university from another European country, you will discover that grading systems can be very different. Some use letters, others use numbers or percentages, and scales vary from 1-5, 1-10, 0-20, and so on.

 

To make things easier, we’ve done some research and listed the main characteristics and conversions of British marks to grades from other countries. Keep in mind that our conversions aim to give you a general idea, and they are not rules. Universities and colleges make the conversions and they are able to offer more information about this process.

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Every university can use its own conversion system. For example, European universities can use the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS). But they are not obliged to do so. It’s also common practice to convert the number of credits, instead of actual grades. But the credit system in the US, for instance, is different from the European one. That’s why converting grades and GPAs is not as simple as you might think.

Still, there are similarities between grading systems, and they can help you understand what a good, average, or bad grade is in different countries.

The British grading system

The British undergraduate grading system

In the UK, universities offer two types of undergraduate (Bachelor’s) degrees: Honours and ordinary (regular) degrees.

Honours degrees are the most popular. You can complete an Honours degree with different marks or grades. Based on your marks, you can receive 4 types of Honours qualification when you graduate:

  • First-Class Honours (First or 1st). Equivalent to grade A. You need to complete your studies with an overall mark of 70% or above. It is a great academic achievement and represents an advantage when applying for a Master’s degree or a job.
  • Upper Second-Class Honours (2:1). Equivalent to grade B. You need an overall grade of 60-69% to receive it. This degree type is a common admission requirement when applying for a Master’s programme.
  • Lower Second-Class Honours (2:2). Equivalent to grade C. To obtain this degree, you need a mark of 50-59%. It is not as prestigious as the First or 2:1 degree but is still accepted by certain Master’s programmes.
  • Third-Class Honours (Third or 3rd). Equivalent to grade D. It is offered to students who finish their studies with an overall mark of 40-49%. While it is still a pass, it will be very difficult to compete with other students when applying for a Master’s degree.
  • You fail if your overall mark is lower than 40%. Equivalent to receiving an F.

Ordinary degrees are less popular but are offered as individual degrees by certain universities. They can also be awarded to students who complete an Honours degree, but without meeting the minimum requirements to receive one of the Honours qualifications.

The British postgraduate grading system

The grading system for Master’s degrees is similar to the Honours, but with some differences. The minimum passing mark is 50% instead of 40%. The full qualifications look like this:

  • Distinction: 70-100%
  • Merit: 60-69%
  • Pass: 50-59%
  • Fail: Below 50%

Converting British grades into French grades

In France, they use a numerical grading system with a 0-20 scale. The minimum passing grade is 10. Usually, it’s not very common for students to receive grades higher than 16. Here’s the conversion of British marks into French grades:

  • + 70% (A) = 16-20
  • 60-69% (B) = 14-15.9
  • 50-59% (C) = 12-13.9
  • 40-49% (D) = 10-11.9
  • Below 40% (F) = lower than 10 (fail)

Converting British grades into Spanish grades

Like France, Spain also uses a numerical grading system, but with a 0-10 scale. The minimum passing grade is 5. Here’s the conversion of British marks into Spanish grades:

  • +70% (A) = 9-10
  • 60-69% (B) = 7-8.9
  • 50-59% (C) = 6-6.9
  • 40-49% (D) = 5-5.9
  • Below 40% (F) = lower than 5 (fail)
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Converting British grades into Dutch grades

The Netherlands uses a 0-10 grading system. Grades 9 and 10 are rarely given, and the minimum passing mark is 6. You can learn more about the Dutch grading system on the official Study in Holland website. Here’s the conversion of British marks into Dutch grades:

  • +70% (A) = 8-10
  • 60-69% (B) = 7-7.9
  • 50-59% (C) = 6-6.9
  • 40-49% (D) = 5-5.9 (fail)
  • Below 40% (F) = lower than 5 (fail)

Converting British grades into American grades

In the US, the grading system uses letters A-F (without E) to evaluate students. D is the minimum passing grade.

  • +70% = A
  • 60-69% = B
  • 50-59% = C
  • 40-49% = D
  • Below 40% = F (fail)

Converting British grades into GPA

American universities and colleges generally use a GPA (Grade Point Average) to evaluate the overall performance of students. The GPA is calculated using your grades and the number of credits of each course you take. A rough conversion of British grades to GPAs looks like this:

  • +70% = 4.0
  • 60-69% = 3.3-3.9
  • 50-59% = 2.7-3.2
  • 40-49% = 2.0-2.6
  • Below 40% = 1.0-1.9 – This is not necessarily a failure; at some universities, it might be equivalent to receiving an ordinary degree in the UK.

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Converting British grades into Canadian grades

Canada does not have a standard grading system; each region is free to establish rules, and that’s why grading systems vary a lot from one region to another. Individual universities can also make modifications to the regional system, which makes things even more complicated.

Because of this, we’ll only take a few examples and show the conversions between British marks and Canadian grades:

Grading system in British Columbia

  • +70% = A (86-100) and B (73-85)
  • 60-69% = C+ (67-72) and C (60-66)
  • 50-59% = C- (50-59)
  • 40-49% = F (0-49) – fail
  • Below 40% = F (0-49) – fail

Grading system in Alberta

  • +70% = 7-9
  • 60-69% = 6
  • 50-59% = 5
  • 40-49% = 4
  • Below 40% = 3,2,1 (fail)

Grading system in Saskatchewan

  • +70% = A+ (90-100) and A (80-89) and B (70-79)
  • 60-69% = C (60-69)
  • 50-59% = D (50-59)
  • 40-49% = F (0-49) – fail
  • Below 40% = F (0-49) – fail

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