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Calculating Your GPA

Grading System

AAMU uses a letter system of grading which follows: A-exceptional scholarship; B-distinctively above average; C-average quality; D-barely passing; F-failure; I-incomplete; IP-in progress; W-withdrew. The grade of “P” is used to indicate satisfactory completion of graduate writing and history departmental seminars.

The grade “X” will be assigned for auditing a course; however, no credit will be allowed. Credit for any course in which a student has received a grade of “F” can be obtained only by repeating the course and earning a passing grade.

Grade Point Average

AAMU’s grading system is based on a 4.00 point scale; quality points are assigned as follows: A = 4; B = 3; C = 2; D = 1; F = 0.

艾草在线视频2020全新免费观看|艾草在线精品视频在线观看Grades of I, P, IP, W and X do not carry quality points, and do not affect a student’s grade point average. Similarly, grades earned at another institution do not affect your GPA.

To calculate your grade-point average: For each class taken, calculate the grade points for the class by multiplying the number of credit hours attempted by the quality-point score for the grade received for the class. (So, for example, a 3-credit hour class in which you received an "A", worth 4 quality points, would be 3x4=12 grade points.) Then total the grade points, total the hours attempted, and divide the total grade points by the total hours attempted.

Example of Calculation of GPA

艾草在线视频2020全新免费观看|艾草在线精品视频在线观看The table below is a sample calculation for a hypothetical student who received an A for one 3-credit hour class, two B's in a pair of 2-hour classes (so, four hours attempted with a score of B), a C in a 3-hour class, a D in a 2-hour class, and an F in a 3-hour class. Multiply quality points times hours attempted to get our grade points, then total the grade points and hours attempted.

Grade Quality Points (Times) Hours Attempted Grade Points
A 4 x 3 12
B 3 x 4 12
C 2 x 3 6
D 1 x 2 2
F 0 x 3 0
Totals     15 32

Final step: Take the total grade points (in this case 32), and divide by the total hours attempted (in this case 15). 32/15 = 2.13, which is the example student's GPA.