2161 Shares

# How can you find out your GPA if you don't have the percentages, but do have the actual grades?

Topic: Gpa papers
June 17, 2019 / By Brodie
Question: I have all my grades from every course I completed from this former year on one piece of paper. It does not say what percentages I got in each class, but it does say the letter grades. Is there a way that I can figure out my GPA without the percentages and just the letter grades?

## Best Answers: How can you find out your GPA if you don't have the percentages, but do have the actual grades?

Ailward | 8 days ago
basically, A+ is 4.0 A 3.5 A- and B+ 3.0 B 2.5 and so on... do that for each class then take the average
👍 224 | 👎 8
Did you like the answer? How can you find out your GPA if you don't have the percentages, but do have the actual grades? Share with your friends

We found more questions related to the topic: Gpa papers

Originally Answered: What is the actual point of homework?
some say its to help you learn whatever studying, some say its to practice you writing and reading and thinking skills but from my personal experience its to piss you off and waste your time
Originally Answered: What is the actual point of homework?
the point of homework is for the teacher to make sure you have understood the work in class, they grt annoyed when you dont do it because then how else will they know if you need help? they are setting you homework before your exam as last minute revision, it helps if you try.

Suzanna
Easy, you take the scale A=4 B=3 C=2 D=1 F=0, take all of your grades and add them with this scale, then divide by the number of classes you have and you get GPA. so, if u have 2A's, 2B's and 2C's, then u do 8+6+4= 18 then divide by 6, giving you a 3.0 GPA.
👍 90 | 👎 0

Raschelle
Well, in my school, it goes: A: 4.0 B: 3.0 C: 2.0 D: 1.0 F: 0.0 We don't have minuses and pluses.
👍 83 | 👎 -8

Originally Answered: Does the Bible put an actual limit on how many wives you can have?
There was never a limit until the Letter of Paul to Timothy in the New Testament where Paul describes Christian behavior for both sexes. I believe it is somewhere in that chapter that Paul limits men to only one wife. The book was a template that was written and many churches have added onto the meaning to adopt their own set of what is right and wrong. That is probably why there are so many denominations these days. Addn: know it all, you have a point but throughout the Old Testament the Jewish kings all had several wives. Look at Solomon who had 500 wives. I don't know how he could keep up with all of them. One is all I can handle.

If you have your own answer to the question gpa papers, then you can write your own version, using the form below for an extended answer.