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University of Wisconsin-Marinette

GPA Calculator

The online GPA calculator can help you answer the questions listed below. To begin using the online calculator, please supply the required information in each case.

Current and Cumulative GPA

  • To estimate your current semester GPA, enter the anticipated letter grades and credit hours for each class (Use lower case letters) and click on the "Calculate" button.
  • To find out how this semester's grades will affect your cumulative GPA, enter your current cumulative GPA and total graded hours earned in the appropriate boxes and click the "Calculate" button at the bottom.
  • The GPA calculator will re-figure your cumulative GPA based upon your anticipated grades for this semester.

(USE THE TAB KEY TO MOVE AROUND THE CALCULATOR)

Current Semester

Letter Grade

Credits

Class 1
Class 2
Class 3
Class 4
Class 5
Class 6
Previous Cumulative: GPA* Credits*
* Enter your cumulative GPA prior to this semester, as well as the total number of graded hours earned prior to this semester. When you click the calculate button, your new cumulative GPA will be displayed, based on your previous GPA and this semester's GPA.

In order to answer these questions you need to supply the following information:

  • Enter Your Current Cumulative GPA:
  • Your Total Number of Attempted Credit Hours Completed to Date:
    (not including current hours)
    1. How will the grades that I anticipate receiving in the courses I am now taking affect my overall GPA? Answer
    2. What will it take and how many credit hours will I need to raise my GPA to a new specified level? Answer
    3. What grade average do I need to achieve this term to raise my cumulative GPA to a new specified level? Answer

You can use the form below to answer question 1

Enter the credit hours and expected grade for (up to six) courses that you are presently taking below and press CALCULATE to find your predicted new cumulative GPA at the end of this term!
Course 1:
Credit Hours And your anticipated grade:
Course 2:
Credit Hours And your anticipated grade:
Course 3:
Credit Hours And your anticipated grade:
Course 4:
Credit Hours And your anticipated grade:
Course 5:
Credit Hours And your anticipated grade:
Course 6:
Credit Hours And your anticipated grade:

Other Questions?

You can use the form below to answer question 2:

I would like to raise my cumulative GPA to
If I can maintain a average from hereon, (e.g. 3.5, 2.5,....)
credit hours will it take to raise my GPA to this new level?
Other Questions?

You can use the form below to answer question 3:

I am currently taking credit hours.
If I want to raise my cumulative GPA to at the end of this term, (e.g. 3.5, 2.5,....)
I have to average on my current courses to reach this goal?
Other Questions?
The Online GPA Calculator was created by Carl Adler (carl@image-ination.com) and modified with permission.