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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Are Form 8815 Calculators

Instructions and Help about Are Form 8815 Calculators

How to calculate GPA and CGPA: I will explain step-by-step all necessary points in the calculation of GPA and CGPA. Let me move to my laptop now. GPA stands for grade point average. For simplification, we just use the abbreviation "GPA." GPA is an important part of the education system in ranking students. While it lacks a completely standard calculation formula, the GPA is nevertheless the most accurate way to measure a student's abilities because it accounts for their entire academic career, including the level of difficulty in both the courses and school. The GPA formula is equal to the sum of total credit hours per course multiplied by the grade received per course, then divided by the total credit hours per semester. Let me explain this formula for GPA calculation. We need to follow four easy steps: 1. Multiply each numeric grade value by the number of credits the course is worth. 2. Add these numbers together. This is the total number of quality points. 3. Add the total credit hours per semester. 4. Divide the total credit hours per semester by the total number of quality points. Now, let me explain how to calculate GPA with the help of an example. You will understand it easily. One very important thing you must know about GPA is the scale. The standard GPA is based on a 4.0 scale, but it may vary from university to university. You will find this information in your syllabus, university websites, and the administration office of the university. Let's say we have only four classes this semester. The credit hours and obtained grades are mentioned in front of you. First, we will simply multiply the class credit hours with the obtained grade points. For example, in the first course, we have four credit hours and obtain a grade of four (as per the...