Sally studied 23 courses with a total of 240 units (one course was worth 20 units).
She received a Credit in 14 courses worth 10 units each (140 units), Distinction in 7 courses worth 10 units each (70 units) and a High Distinction in 1 course worth 20 units (20 units). Sally Failed one of her courses too (10 units).
This is how she would complete the form:
The GPA is the average result of all grades achieved throughout your degree.
For more information on your GPA contact the Enquiry Centre.
Important: this calculation should be used as a guide only to assist in determining your eligibility for Honours, scholarships etc. For an official GPA you should contact the Enquiry Centre.
How it works: (don't include: S, I, WW, UP or courses not counted to your degree)
- Enter the total number of units studied (eg. courses may be 10 or 20 units each)
- Identify what grade you received for each course
- Then enter the total units for each grade
- Click on Calculate GPA
Please note: For an Official GPA Calculation you need to complete a Standard Letter Request Form. Note there is a $20 charge for this letter.