Calculating your GPA is straightforward, simply enter in the
number of credits you have received and the calculator will automatically
calculate your GPA for you. Improving your GPA can be done by organizing your
study, taking solid notes, doing pre-course work, going the extra mile on
weekends, doing extra credit, attending all of your classes, eating well and
getting a good night's sleep (>8hrs). This may sound like hard work but
your GPA can and will affect your future. If you are having trouble with the
class material, ask the teacher, professor or teaching assistant for help.
This seems simple but so many students feel embarrassed and never get the
help they need. This will save you precious study time, and show the faculty
how determined you are to do well.