# How do I calculate a weighted grade?

## How do I calculate a weighted grade?

Weighted grade calculation The weighted grade is equal to the sum of the product of the weights (w) in percent (%) times the grade (g): Weighted grade = w1g1+ w2g2+ w3g3+…

## What is a weighted total grade?

A weighted total is a sum of values in which certain values are counted more heavily than others. This type of total is commonly used by teachers when figuring a student’s grades. Divide the number of points that a student earned on an assignment by the total possible points for that assignment.

## What is a B+?

A B+ letter grade is equivalent to a 3.3 GPA, or Grade Point Average, on a 4.0 GPA scale, and a percentage grade of 87–89.

## What GPA is a 88%?

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## Is 3.2 GPA good in university?

While a 3.2 is a decent GPA, it’s not significantly higher than average and will put some limits on your college search and application process. More selective schools will probably be out of reach with this GPA, but you will still have plenty of options.

## Is a 3.25 GPA good in college?

Companies usually don’t care about GPA much, so 3.25 is absolutely fine. It may make it difficult to get into certain graduate schools, but you should be OK there too. I was taught that anything over a 3.0 will suffice. Personally though my cap is at 3.5, anything below it would kind of make me feel uncomfortable.