This page is intended for your general information. This is NOT connected with the ACC Records Office or with your records in any way and will not give you "official" information. These calculators work with information that you provide and is merely a tool meant for your personal use.

This script is intended to help you calculate your semester GPA OR your cumulative GPA. An Adjusted GPA calculator is also included below, which is the calculation you need when you repeat courses.

ADDITIONAL CALCULATORS:
TARGET GPA
      COURSE-REPEAT GPA (AGPA)     

NOTE: ACC uses the grade, quality points, and hours attempted to calculate GPA. Quality Points are counted as follows:

Note : If you retake a course, do not list that course in the Cumulative GPA Calculator below -- it will add it as if it is a new course. 

How to Use the GPA Calculator:

Enter your letter grade in the chart on the right, then use the Credit Hours below that equal "=" the letter grade you entered:


A = 4
(credit hours)
B = 3
(credit hours)
C = 2
(credit hours)
D = 1
(credit hour)
F = 0
(credit hours)
WF = 0
(credit hours)

  Letter
Grade
Credit Hours
Class 1
Class 2
Class 3
Class 4
Class 5
Class 6
Class 7
Class 8
  
New
Cumulative:
GPA* Credit Hours*
* Enter your cumulative GPA prior to this semester, as well as the total number of graded credit 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.
 



TARGET GPA CALCULATOR

This calculator will tell what GPA you need for your next semester, year, etc. to reach a GPA goal.  You just need to know your current GPA hours and current GPA. Then choose a target GPA.

TARGET GPA CALCULATOR

Current GPA
(example: 2.0,3.5, etc.)

Current Credit Hours
(example: 15,12, etc.)

Goal GPA
(example: 2.0,3.5, etc.)

Additional Credits 

  



COURSE-REPEAT GPA CALCULATOR (AGPA)

The calculator below will allow you to compute the effect of retaking a course with the new grade replacing the original one.  Note: If you retake a course, do not list that course in the Cumulative GPA Calculator above -- that calculator will add it as if it is a new course. 

To find your new GPA, use the Cumulative GPA Calculator inputting the non-repeated courses and then use the course repeat calculator below to see the effect of the repeated course. You need to know your current GPA and the number of credit hours you have completed and the number of credit hours and the two grades (you can input either upper-case or lower-case
letter grades) for the course in question. 

COURSE-REPEAT GPA CALCULATOR (AGPA)

Current GPA
(example: 2.0,3.5, etc.)

Current Credit Hours
(example: 15,12, etc.)

Repeated Course Credits

Original Course LETTER Grade
(example: C, B, etc.)  

New Course LETTER Grade 
(example: C, B, etc.)