If you want to figure out your final grade before it is officially announced, follow the model outline below. It's really simple and doesn't take long to do.

Go through it step-by-step, replacing the subject grades used as examples with your grades.

Right, so how did you get a 'C' in, let's say, Spanish? Here's what you need to calculate your final grade in any class:

So now you will have:

The last step to calculating your grade is multiplying each category's grade by the percentage that is assigned to it.

Add these three numbers to get your final grade:

Go through it step-by-step, replacing the subject grades used as examples with your grades.

Right, so how did you get a 'C' in, let's say, Spanish? Here's what you need to calculate your final grade in any class:

- All the grades you have received
- The amount that each grade is worth

- Homework - 94, 87, 92, 85, 83, 89, 79, 91, 83, 90
- Quizzes - 89, 86, 90, 83, 84
- Tests - 81, 87, 78

So now you will have:

- Homework - 87.3
- Quizzes - 86.4
- Tests - 82

The last step to calculating your grade is multiplying each category's grade by the percentage that is assigned to it.

Add these three numbers to get your final grade:

- Homework - 87.3 x .25 = 21.825 (87.3 x 25 per cent)
- Quizzes - 86.4 x .30 = 25.92 (86.4 x 30 per cent)
- Tests - 82 x .45 = 36.9 (82 x 45 per cent)
- Total - 21.825 + 25.92 + 36.9 = 84.645