1. Contact the registrar's office or flip through your college handbook to see how semester hours are counted. Many times the number of hours you are in class in a week for a given
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A college GPA is based on a point scoring system and is dependent on the number of credits you receive for the class. An A is worth 4.0 points, a B is 3.0, a C is 2.0 and a D is 1.0
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1. Determine the base hourly wage. Employers may decide to pay whatever hourly wage they desire, as long as it is equal to or above the current minimum wage (see Resources) For example
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1. Multiply the number of hours per week you work by the number of weeks you work. For example, if you work a seasonal job that pays you to work 40 hours per week but only 12 weeks
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