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Managing Your Grades

WARNING! This calculator is not tied to the Aurora University student records system. The results are based only on the data you supply.

This calculator is not intended to be used for checking your current GPA. It should only be used to help predict your GPA for the semester.

Enter the name or course code, anticipated letter grade (from the drop down menu) and credit hours you have earned or expect to earn from each class. If you are repeating the course you need to click the box. The quality points will automatically calculate as will your projected grade point average for the semester.

Students may use this calculator to estimate the outcome of this semester's grades on their overall Aurora University cumulative grade point average.

To calculate your anticipated new cumulative GPA, enter in your GPA prior to the current semester and total number of graded credit hours from all previous semesters at AU. Your cumulative GPA and total credits you have earned to date can be found can be found on web advisor under “transcript” Choose undergraduate or graduate, but not both for the purpose of this calculator.

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Undergraduate: Aurora campus

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Your term/semester GPA is the grade point average that you earned for a single semester or “term”, so it is the numerical weighted average of your class grades. Your cumulative grade point average is the numerical weighted average of the grades you’ve earned over your entire college career at Aurora University.
Enter the total number of credit hours that your class is worth in the Credits/Hours field. A typical class is 4 credit hours, but there are a lot of variations including labs, music, activity courses. If you aren’t sure how many credit hours your class is worth, check the course syllabus or in web advisor click on “my schedule” and your current class list will include credit hours.
For more information (start on page 54): click here
While the credit hours for courses you earned at other institutions transfer to AU, your grade point average from your former school does not.
If you have been enrolled at AU for only one semester, you will not have a cumulative GPA until after you complete the semester. In this case, your term GPA for your first semester is equivalent to your cumulative GPA.

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Calculators

GPA Calculation


Term GPA

Cumulative GPA

This allows you to calculate your cumulative GPA, which takes into account your past GPA and total credit hours and uses your current term to calculate your GPA. You can find your current GPA and credit hours in WebAdvisor by using the "Grade Point Average by Term" link under the Academic Profile menu.

Current Cumulative GPA
Credits Completed

 

 

 

Enter the current term credits

RemoveRemove an added course.
CourseThe name of the course. For example, Math1010.
Anticipated GradeThe grade you expect to achieve in the course.
CreditsThe amount of credit hours of the course.
RepeatCheck the box if you have previously taken this course.
Quality PointsThis is determined by multiplying the amount of credit hours and the value of the grade.
 

Current Cumulative GPA: 0.000

Credits Attempted: 0.00

Target GPA Calculator

This calculator will tell you what GPA you will need to reach a GPA goal within the credit hours specified. You need to know your current GPA and the number of credits you've already completed. Then choose a target GPA and a number of credits in which to attain that target.

 
 

 

 
 

These projections are intended for your general information and goal setting. This calculator is not connected with the Registrar's Office or with your academic records in any way and will not give you "official" information. These calculators are only as accurate as the information you provide and as merely a tool meant for your personal use.