How to Calculate GPA for Colleges of Education

Students in Colleges are awarded certificates according to their final GPA (CGPA). Universities all over the country have the same method of calculating GPA but may differ in certificates classifications. Find how to calculate GPA for Colleges of Education here.

The final GPA you get will determine the class of your certificate. GPAs are calculated every semester from Level 100 to Level 400. After which everything is calculated together to get the CGPA.

For Colleges of Education, the classification of certificates will differ from one College to the other. This is because all the colleges are not affiliated with one university.

Universities’ classification of certificates will differ from the value (range) of the CGPA. Let’s see how to go about the calculation of the GPA.

Grading System for Colleges of Education Affiliated with UEW

Mark Grade Grade Point Description
80-100 A 4.0 Excellent
75-79 B+ 3.5 Very Good
70-74 B 3.0 Good
65-69 C+ 2.5 Average
60-64 C 2.0 Fair
55-59 D+ 1.5 Barely Satisfactory
50-54 D 1.0 Weak Pass
0-49 E 0 Fail

How to Calculate GPA for Colleges of Education

Assuming you have taken six courses for the first semester, do the calculation as below. Each course has a credit point (CP) of three (3). Marks that you will obtain also have their Grade Points (GP). The marks you obtain will tell your grade point. The grade point and credit point would be used to do the calculation.

Course Marks Grade Grade Point (GP) Credit Point (CP) GP x CP
EBC 111 85 A 4.0 3 4.0 x 3 = 12.0
EBC 112 78 B+ 3.5 3 3.5 x 3 = 10.5
EBC 113 72 B 3.0 3 3.0 x 3 = 9.0
EBC 115 64 C 2.0 3 2.0 x 3 = 6.0
EBS 114 69 C+ 2.5 3 2.5 x 3 = 7.5
EGS 115 59 D+ 1.5 3 1.5 x 3 = 4.5
Total GP=  16.5 Total CP= 18 Total CP x GP= 49.5
GPA= Total CP x GP/Total CP= 49.5/18 = 2.75

Table Explained

  • First, you need to note down the marks you obtained in all the courses
  • Find their grades, grade values, and credit points (credit hours)
  • Make a table like the one above
  • Multiply each grade by the number of its credit points (credit hours)
  • Make a total of your grade points and total credit points (credit hours)
  • Sum up the products of credit points and grade points
  • Divide the sum of the grade points and credit points by the total credit hours
  • The value you obtain becomes your GPA for that particular semester


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