## Grade Calculator

Use this calculator to find out the grade of a course based on weighted averages. This calculator accepts both numerical as well as letter grades. It also can calculate the grade needed for the remaining assignments in order to get a desired grade for an ongoing course.

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Use this simple EZ Grading calculator to find quiz, test and assignment scores:

## Grade Calculator

Grade calculator with percentage grades, letter grades and points grade calculations:

## Weighted grade calculation

Weighted grade = w 1 × g 1 + w 2 × g 2 + w 3 × g 3 +...

Math course with grade of 80 and weight of 30%.

Biology course with grade of 90 and weight of 50%.

History course with grade of 72 and weight of 20%.

The weighted average grade is calculated by:

= w 1 × g 1 + w 2 × g 2 + w 3 × g 3

= 30%×80+ 50%×90+ 20%×72 = 83.4

3 points Math course with grade of 80.

5 points Biology course with grade of 90.

2 points History course with grade of 72.

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## Grade Calculator

## What do I need on my final?

## Grade Calculator – Step by Step Instructions

You can use a grade calculator for 2 reasons:

- Determining your overall grade in a course
- Determining what you need to score to earn your ideal final grade

## 1. Calculate Grades

- Determine the grading scale for your course. Usually your teacher will provide you with his/her point system—check the course syllabus for details. See how much each assignment category is worth (i.e. midterm–30%, quizzes–25%, etc.)
- Click the “Course Name” box, and enter the name of your course.
- Enter the Assessment type (quiz, test, midterm, homework, etc.)
- Enter your grade on the assessment. You can enter a percentage or a letter grade.
- Enter the percentage weight for each assessment (i.e. midterm–30%, quizzes–25%, etc.)
- Repeat this process for all courses and assessments.

## 2. Calculate Final Grades

- In the “Desired Grade” column, enter the grade you would like to earn for the course.
- In the “Final Worth” column, enter the percentage that the final exam is worth of your total course grade (i.e. final exam=45% of your total grade for a course.)
- Grade calculator will provide you with an estimate of the final exam grade you will need to achieve the course grade that you desire.

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## 5. Commit, plan, and make it happen

## Grade Calculator – Frequently Asked Questions

## How to calculate report card grades?

## How to calculate grade percentages?

## What Are the Types of Grades?

Here is a table of the corresponding value of your grades:

Here are some of the types of grades you might see in your grading card:

- Mastery Grading – You can receive a mark of “Master” or “Passer” if you reach a certain level of accomplishment.
- Standards Grading – Students’ performances are graded using a standard.
- Narrative Grading – Professors, staff, and faculty give you a review and commendation.

## Final Grade Calculator

I want (at least) this in the class:

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- In the top part of the form, enter how much your final exam is worth and the grade that you would like to get in the class. For example, your final test might be worth 20% of your overall grade and you want to get at least a 93% in the class. You would enter these numbers into the form.
- In the bottom half of the form, enter a description (optional) of the classwork, the grade received for that classwork, and the weight of the classwork. Most class grades are made up of several components such as homework assignments, tests, exams, quizzes, class participation, attendance, etc. For example, a class exam might be worth 10% of your grade and you received a 95% on the test. You would enter those values into the form.
- If you need more than four rows, press the "Add Row" button to add an additional line. You can add as many rows as you need.
- Once you have finished entering your grades, press the "Calculate" button and the grade you need on the final exam will be displayed.

## Final Grade Formula

final grade = ((g wanted x w total ) - gw) / w final

w total = w 1 + w 2 + w 3 + ... + w final

w final = weight of final exam

gw = g 1 x w 1 + g 2 x w 2 + g 3 x w 3 + ...

g wanted = grade wanted in the class

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Let's say your class has the following grading plan.

Now let's assume you received the following grades on your classwork.

First add the weight of all the class assignments together including your final:

w total = 10% + 10% + 20% + 20% + 20% = 100%

Next, multiple the grade you received on each assignment by the weight of the assignment.

gw = (91% x 10%) + (85% x 10%) + (75% x 20%) + (95% x 20%) + (97% x 20%) = 7100%

Now, calculate what you need on the final exam:

final exam grade = ((90% x 100%) - 7100%) / 20% = 95%

## What if my class grade is based on points rather than percentages?

Let's assume you have the following class syllabus that is based on points.

Let's assume you received the following grades.

So taking your mid-term test grade as an example, we get the following:

mid-term test = 190 points earned / 200 possible points x 100 = 95%

In the weight column of the calculator, you would enter the possible points for each assignment.

In this example, you would need to get a 93.6% on your final in order to get a 90% in the class.

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percentage score = (#correct / #total) × 100

As #correct + #wrong = #total , we can write the equation also as:

percentage score = 100 × (#total - #wrong) / #total

If you don't like using the +/- grades, the scale may look like:

- An A is 90% to 100%;
- A B is 80% to 89%;
- A C is 70% to 79%;
- A D is 60% to 69%; and finally
- F is 59% and below – and it's not a passing grade

🙋 You might also be interested in our semester grade calculator and the final grade calculator .

Our test score calculator is a straightforward and intuitive tool!

And what if I don't need +/- grades ? Well, then just ignore the signs 😄

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C. Multiply the decimal by 100 to calculate the percentage.

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