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GPA COMPUTATION GUIDELINES

LETTER GRADES WITH DECIMAL EQUIVALENTS

A (4.00)
A- (3.70)
B+ (3.30)
B (3.00)
B- (2.70)
C+ (2.30)

C (2.00)
C- (1.70)
D+ (1.30)
D (1.00)
D- (0.70)
F (0.00)

The GPA is calculated by dividing the number of grade points received by the number of credit hours taken. For example, a student who receives an “A” in a four credit-hour course and a “B” in a three credit-hour course earns 16 grade points for the “A” and 9 grade points for the “B”. Adding those points together and dividing by the total number of credit hours (25 points divided by 7 hours) results in a GPA of 3.57.



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