It is one of the best grade point average calculators you ’ ll find in Canada .
In UOFT Grading Scheme, a 4.0 GPA is a dependable and the highest grade point average. It is a GPA you should get. A 3.7, a 3.3, and a 3.0 GPA are besides considered well GPAs.
Your official GPA can be found on your academician history in UOFT ACORN .
In this post, we ’ ll go through how to calculate your UOFT GPA using the UOFT GPA Calculator .
How to calculate your UOFT GPA
Follow the below steps to accurately calculate your University of Toronto GPA .
To calculate your CGPA :
- Navigate to gpacalc.utoronto.ca
- Enter your current CGPA and number of credits earned so far from your Complete Academic History in ACORN.
- Enter your predicted grades for current or future Academic Periods (Fall, Winter, or Summer) in Step 2.
To calculate your CGPA, SGPA, and AGPA :
- Cumulative GPA (CGPA): Enter your current CGPA from ACORN in Step 1, then enter your predicted grades for courses taken in current or future Academic Periods (Fall, Winter, or the entire Summer).
- Sessional GPA (SGPA): Enter existing and expected grades for courses taken in a single Academic Period (either the Fall, Winter, or the entire Summer).
- Annual GPA (AGPA): Add another academic period, then enter grades for courses taken in the Fall in Academic Period 1 and Winter in Academic Period 2. Add full-year Y courses to Academic Period 2.
UOFT GPA Calculator screenshot
Watch the video recording below to learn more about the U of T GPA Calculator.
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UOFT GPA Calculator video guide
Familiarize yourself with these terms
- Cumulative GPA (CGPA): The weighted average for all courses taken throughout your degree.
- Sessional GPA (SGPA): The weighted average for courses taken in either the Fall, Winter, or the entire Summer.
- Annual GPA (AGPA): The weighted average for courses taken in both Fall and Winter.
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