**Created By :**
Jatin Gogia

**Reviewed By :**
Rajasekhar Valipishetty

**Last Updated :**
May 22, 2023

Make use of this user-friendly Cumulative GPA Calculator to find the overall cumulative grade point average of a student quickly. This tool takes the current GPA and semester scores to give the cumulative GPA value with detailed steps.

Cumulative GPA : 0.0

Cumulative grade point average is the average GPA score of all semesters in the course. Or it is the average of average of the scores of all the semesters in the college or school. The cumulative GPA is useful to get admission into the college for job entry.

These are steps to calculate the cumulative GPA score.

- Check the semester GPA scores and credit hours.
- Multiply the semester GPA with the credit hours to get the total credit points.
- Find the total of credit hours and credit points to get the cumulative total credit points.
- Divide the total credit points by the credit hours to check the cumulative GPA.

Calculate the cumulative GPA for 4 semesters.

Semester Name | GPA | Credit Hours |
---|---|---|

Semester A | 3.8 | 12 |

Semester B | 4.1 | 12 |

Semester C | 3.5 | 10 |

Semester D | 4.6 | 11 |

**Solution:**

Given that,

Semester A: 3.8 GPA for 12 credit hours

Semester B: 4.1 GPA for 12 credit hours

Semester C: 3.5 GPA for 10 credit hours

Semester D: 4.6 GPA for 11 credit hours

Calculate the total points earned for every semester.

Semester A: 3.8 x 12 = 45.6 total points

Semester B: 4.1 x 12 = 49.2 total points

Semester C: 3.5 x 10 = 35 total points

Semester D: 4.6 x 11 = 50.6 total points

Find the sum of credit hours

12 + 12 + 10 + 11 = 45

Also, get the sum of all total points

45.6 + 49.2 + 35 + 50.6 = 180.4

Divide cumulative points by total credit hours

180.4/45 = 4.00

So, the cumulative GPA is 4.0.

- Give the required data in the input boxes.
- Press the calculate button.
- Get the cumulative GPA score.

The letter grade and numerical equivalents used in this calculator are mentioned here:

- A+ = 4.3 grade points
- A = 4 grade points
- A- = 3.7 grade points
- B+ = 3.3 grade points
- B = 3 grade points
- B- = 2.7 grade points
- C+ = 2.3 grade points
- C = 2 grade points
- C- = 1.7 grade points
- D+ = 1.3 grade points
- D = 1 grade point
- D- = 0.7 grade points
- F = 0 grade points
- P (pass), NP (not pass), I (incomplete), and W (withdrawal) will be ignored.

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**1. What is a 3.0 cumulative GPA? **

A 3.0 GPA is equivalent to a B letter grade on a 4.0 GPA scale.

**2. Is cumulative GPA the real GPA? **

The cumulative GPA is the grade point average of all grades a student has scored in a semester. The GPA can be defined as the average of all cumulative GPAs which students scored in all courses in a term.

**3. What is the highest cumulative GPA?**

The highest cumulative GPA depends on the scale. In general, 4.0 is one of the highest grade point average scores.

**4. Is a GPA of 3.4 good?**

Yes, 3.4 is a good GPA score and is based on test-taking, studying and research skills.