# What is my GPA?

<p>My school's GPA system is peculiar. it is in the 4.5 system. Please convert to 4.0 scale. thanks so much. For freshmen year you will see two of the same class. this is because I took one of them in 8th grade and was counted into high school gpa. The scale is: </p>

<p>A+-4.5
A-4
B+-3.5
B-3
C+-2.5
C-2 </p>

<p>Freshmen </p>

<p>Algebra 1-(.5 credits)-B
Algebra 2-(.5 credits)-C+
Earth science-B+
Honors Bio-B
Global History-B+
Geometry-B+
Health-(.5 credits)-B+
Band-B+
English-(.5 credits)-A
English(.5 credits)-B
Italian-A
Italian-B </p>

<p>Sophomore </p>

<p>Honors Chemistry-A+
Honors Trigonometry-A+
AP European history-A+
English-(.5 credits)-A+
English-(.5 credits)-A+
Honors Italian-A+
AP computer science-A+
Psychology-(.5 credits)-A+
Sociology-(.5 credits)-A+ </p>

<p>Junior </p>

<p>Intensive Latin-A+
Honors Physics-A+
AP chemistry-A+
AP Psychology-A+
Health-(.5 credit)-A+
Honors Calculus-A+
AP US history-A+
English-(.5 credits)-A+
English-(.5 credits)-A+
AP Composition-A+</p>

<p>If you’ve taken AP Calculus, surely you can figure this out on your own. A+ = 4.0.</p>

<p>Is that with or without AP bumps.</p>

<p>A/A+ = 4.0
A- = 3.7
B+ = 3.3
B = 3.0
B- = 2.7
C+ = 2.3
C = 2.0
C- = 1.7
D+ = 1.3
D = 1.0
E/F = 0.0</p>

<p>NOTE: this is not a weighted GPA, so there is no extra weight given to AP or honors courses. Colleges will ask you for your unweighted GPA, and if your school weights GPA then both weighted and unweighted will be reported on your transcript.</p>

<p>There are two ways to work our your GPA. @cofbrien‌ detailed one of them.
The second one (used by the UC system for admissions, among others) is more forgiving for those with lots of A-s, B-s, etc
A (+/-) = 4.0
B (+/-) = 3.0
C (+/-) = 2.0
D (+/-) = 1.0
E/F (+/-) = 0
To weight this GPA add one point to each grade (AP, IB, and honors classes only)
A (+/-) = 5.0
B (+/-) = 4.0
C (+/-) = 3.0
D (+/-) = 2.0
E/F (+/-) = 1.0</p>