# Compute GPA

 A A- B+ B B- C+ C C- D+ D D- F 4.00 3.67 3.33 3.00 2.67 2.33 2.00 1.67 1.33 1.00 0.67 0.00

Do not include progress grades (S,U), pass/fail (P,F) grades, withdrawal grades (W, WP, WF) or grades for courses in which you have incomplete grades (I, PI). If you repeated a course for credit, use only the course in which you received the higher grade.

Do the following for courses completed in your Freshman, Sophomore, Junior and Senior years at Marlboro.

1. If you received an A in a 4-credit course, multiply 4.0 (the numerical equivalent, quality points, of an A) by 4 (the number of credits) to get 16.0 (quality points).
2. Do this for every course you took, keeping a running total of your credits and quality points.
3. Divide the grand total of your quality points by the grand total of your credits.

For example:

John Doe took 4 courses at Marlboro. His grades were:

 Literature: 4 credits of B History: 4 credits of A Physics: 3 credits of C Calculus: 3 credits of B-

 Course Credits x Numerical Equivalent of Grade = Quality Points Literature 4 3.00 12.00 Physics 3 2.00 6.00 History 4 4.00 16.00 Calculus 3 3.33 9.99 Totals 14 12.33 43.99

John would divide 43.99 (grand total of his quality points) by 14 (grand total of his credits) to get 3.13. He would round this figure to 3.1 for his GPA.