A+ = 98-100%
You have a B. Good job. You earned it.
An 80% at my school would mean an A average and a GPA of 4.0 out of possible 4.5
But judging by the other answers it seems extremely variable and that first grading scale would make it VERY hard to get a decent grade.
An 80 is a 3.0.
You make it sound like that this is for one course. A GPA is usually compiled as an average for all the classes.If those are the only two assignments you had, your grade in the class would be (9+15) / (10+20) = 0.8, or an 80%. If you're at a typical school in the US, that's a B, or 3.0.
GPA Calculator Middle School depending on your grading system
add them up using these numbers then divide by the number of classes
The only way an 80 and an 89 would be the same thing is if they equaled out to be the same grade, which isn't the case in the grading scales I've seen used. I can't belive an getting an 89 on everything would result in a 3.0 while getting a 90 on everything would result in a 4.0. There are GPAs between these two points.
GPA = Grade Point Average.
To get any average, you add up all the different values and divide by the number of values you added.
I didn't calculate it, but if you added all ten classes and then divided by ten, that's your answer.
The general idea is as follows:
A = 3.5 - 4 = 90-100
B = 2.5 - 3.49 = 80-89
C = 1.5 - 2.49 = 70-79
D = .5 - 1.49 = 60-69
F = 0 = 59-0
82, 89, 87, 94, 80, 99, 85, 83, 95, 95 = 889/10 = 88.9 = High B.
3, 3, 3, 4, 3, 4, 3, 3, 4, 4 = 34/10 = 3.4 = High B (.1 away from an A) I suggest you GPA Calculator High School through this you get more results about CGPA Calculator .