Open Microsoft Office Excel. Across the top notice letters (columns), along the sides are numbers (rows). The columns and rows can be extended by highlighting sections and right clicking and choosing the high of the row. You can also select to add a border, and change the orientation of your cells.
The first row will have the class name, number of hours, number of credits, and the grade received. Enter in the data for each class that you have data for. An A is 4, B is 3, C is 2, D is1, and F is 0.
Total your credit value by multiplying credit number and grade earned.
To obtain your GPA total your number of credits and your credit value. Then divide those numbers. This yields your GPA.
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