en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Academic_grading_in_the_United_States

Denver Public Schools uses a different system in honors and AP courses to get
weighted GPA values; the scale is as follows: A ...

www.collegeboard.com/html/academicTracker-howtoconvert.html

Colleges report GPA (grade point average) on a 4.0 scale. The top grade is an A,
which equals 4.0. This is the standard scale at most colleges, and many high ...

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A majority of schools use the 4.0 scale to report your GPA. A “4.0” score in the 4.0
GPA scale is the highest possible grade you could possibly achieve. You may ...

priceschool.usc.edu/students/academics/grades/gpa-calculations/

GPA Scale. Grade points are assigned as follows for each unit in the credit value
of a course: A = 4.0 points; A– = 3.7 points; B+ = 3.3 points; B = 3.0 points ...

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Grade, Scale. A+, 90 - 100. A, 85 - 89.99. A-, 80 - 84.99. B+, 77 - 79.99. B, 73 -
76.99. B-, 70 - 72.99. C+, 67 - 69.99. C, 63 - 66.99. C-, 60 - 62.99. D+, 55 - 59.99.

registrar.columbia.edu/content/grade-point-average

If your school uses the standard A-F grading scale, you can also follow the steps
below to calculate your GPA. If your school uses an alternate scale, please ...

www.rapidtables.com/calc/grade/gpa-to-letter-grade-calculator.htm

GPA, Letter Grade, Percentage Grade. 4.00, A, 94-100. 3.67, A-, 90-93. 3.33, B+,
87-89. 3.00, B, 84-86. 2.67, B-, 80-83. 2.33, C+, 77-79. 2.00, C, 74-76. 1.67, C ...

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Grade Point Average (GPA) Requirements. Four averages, each 2.0 or higher,
are required for graduation: Cumulative GPA - An average based on all courses ...

www.du.edu/registrar/records/gradesystem.html

An Incomplete (I) grade is not calculated in the student's grade point average and
no hours are credited. Refer to the Incomplete Policy for more information.

www.fcps.org/student-services/documents/UnderstandingGPAs.pdf

When calculating a student's term GPA, all courses are counted equally on a 4.0.
(unweighted) scale. Final course grades are calculated (in accordance with ...