# GPA Planning Calculator

The calculator can be used to determine the minimum GPA required in future courses to raise GPA to a desired level or maintain the GPA above a certain level.

What's a GPA Calculator?

Why Is GPA Important?

Your GPA is crucial as it helps you set academic goals. The GPA Calculator allows you to determine what grades you need in future classes to raise your GPA or maintain it at a certain level.

How It Works

GPA calculation can involve different grading systems, including letter grades and percentages. The GPA Calculator simplifies this process. It accommodates various grading scales, including advanced classes like AP or IB.

Here's a breakdown of the points assigned to letter grades:

• A+ = 4.3 points
• A = 4 points
• A- = 3.7 points
• B+ = 3.3 points
• B = 3 points
• B- = 2.7 points
• C+ = 2.3 points
• C = 2 points
• C- = 1.7 points
• D+ = 1.3 points
• D = 1 point
• D- = 0.7 points
• F = 0 points

Some schools may use "E" instead of "F," which is similar. The GPA Calculator uses these values for GPA calculations.

How to Use the GPA Calculator

1. Enter Course Names: Start by entering the names of your courses.
2. Enter Credit Hours: Input the credit hours for each course, representing their weight in GPA calculations.
5. Credit Hours Weighting: The calculator multiplies the grade points by the respective credit hours for each course.

GPA Planning Calculator

What is a GPA Planning Calculator?

A GPA Planning Calculator helps you determine the grades you need to achieve a specific GPA goal or maintain your current GPA.

What is the importance of a GPA Planning calculator?

This tool assists in setting academic targets and planning your educational journey.

How to Use the GPA Planning Calculator?

3. Enter the total number of credits you've completed.
4. If you plan to take more courses, input the number of additional credits.
5. Calculate Target GPA.

Results

After completing the inputs and calculations, the GPA Calculator generates a report with your current GPA, target GPA, and relevant academic information.