# How do I calculate my last 60 hours GPA?

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## How do I calculate my last 60 hours GPA?

You can calculate your junior/senior GPA by using the last 60 semester hours or 90 quarter hours prior to receiving your bachelor’s degree. If you hold two bachelor’s degrees, use the credit hours from your first degree to calculate your junior/senior GPA.

## How are GPA hours calculated?

The basic formula for calculating GPA is to divide the total points earned in a program by the total number of credits attempted. The resulting figure is the GPA for that program. In this example, our student has attempted 16 credits in total and earned 33 total grade points.

## How do I calculate my last 2 years GPA?

Add the number of hours worth of classes you have taken in the past two years. Divide the total number of grade points by your hours taken to find your cumulative GPA over the past two years. For example, if you have 196 grade points over 61 hours, divide 196 by 61 to find your GPA equals 3.21.

## How do you calculate your GPA for the last 45 hours?

The Last 45 Credit Hour GPA is computed by using the most recent 45-60 semester hours of course work, with the exception of kinesiology courses. The entire last semester is included when calculating the Last 45 Credit Hour GPA.

## What is your GPA if you have 2 B’s and 4 A’s?

Assuming that: (a) all four courses are weighted equally, and (b) A=4, B=3, C=2, D=1, F=0), then you have a 3.67 GPA (rounded to two decimal places).

## What does a 2.6 GPA mean?

Grade point average