**weighted grade calculator**to easily calculate the weighted modal rate for a class or course. Enter letter grades ( A, B-, C+, etc. ) or share scores ( 75, 88, 92, etc. ) achieved on all relevant exams, homework assignments, projects, verbal examination, etc. equally well as their weights as percentages. optionally, enter a final grade goal to estimate how much you need to score on your final examination in order to meet your goal.

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## * * How to calculate your grade

With the help of this degree calculator you can calculate your current weighted grad or unweighted grad in terms of percentage, letter grade, or GPA. The tool will besides output the weight unit of all remaining exams, and assignments and has the option of calculating the minimum score you need to obtain on a final examination in order to achieve a target overall class for a class or naturally.

To use the calculator, enter the number of grades you presently have, then each **grade as a percent or letter grade**, and finally the **weight** each grade adds towards the overall. If no weights are entered, the weights are assumed adequate and the calculator will output the unweighted average grade. Otherwise a slant average grade will be produced in terms of share, GPA, and a letter rate .

## * * What grade do I need on my final?

If you have n’t so far got a score on the concluding examination for a given class, you can use this instrument as a final grade calculator. In holy order to achieve a given grade goal for the entire class, course, or semester, a given minimum grade is required on the final examination, depending on both the leaden average grade to that date, and the weight of the concluding on the overall class. This minimal required score can be calculated using the follow formula :

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**Required final score = (Grade Goal – Current Grade x (100% – Weight of Final(%))) / Weight of Final(%)**

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The stream grade is calculated based on the slant average of all marks to date. The weight of the final test is calculated as 100 % minus the compound weight unit of all grades to date. therefore, if the compound weight of the scores you enter is 65 % then the concluding examination will have a weight of 100 % – 65 % = 35 % .

## * * How to convert a grade to percentage?

Our grade calculator uses the following table to convert letter grades to percentages. note that since this is not a universally applicable table, ideally one would want to know the accurate percentage scores and use these as remark for the calculator, otherwise the results may be slightly off .

Letter Grade | Percentage | GPA |
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A+ | 97-100% | 4.3 |

A | 93-96% | 4.0 |

A- | 90-92% | 3.7 |

B+ | 87-89% | 3.3 |

B | 83-86% | 3.0 |

B- | 80-82% | 2.7 |

C+ | 77-79% | 2.3 |

C | 73-76% | 2.0 |

C- | 70-72% | 1.7 |

D+ | 67-69% | 1.3 |

D | 63-66% | 1.0 |

D- | 60-62% | 0.7 |

F | 0-59% | 0.0 |

again, it is our recommendation that you check with your local school or college and enroll percentage grades alternatively of letter grades for the most accurate calculation. note that while U.S. colleges and schools are likely to use the above grade, educational institutions in other countries may use a vastly different GPA scale .