Difference between CLVL and CUM GPA

Tuesday, 21. June 2011

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CLVL GPA only includes college-level classes. These are typically numbered 100 and up. (i.e. ENGL101)

CUM GPA includes all classes, including non-college level classes (i.e. MATH097)

GPA can be roughly calculated by taking the GPA point for your classes, and dividing it by the total number of classes you are taking.

GPA Point per Grade:
A = 4
B = 3
C = 2
D = 1
F = 0

Example: A grade of an A, B, and a C:
A 4
B 3
C 2
This added equals 9. Divided by the number of classes (3)
GPA = 9 / 3
GPA = 3.

For more accurate GPA, see this chart:

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