GPA Calculator

Developer: Nicolas C. Broeking

Current Version: 2.5

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 5.1 MB - Download


This app is designed to calculate college GPA's. The calculator is based off of a 4.0 scale where A = 4.0, A- = 3.7, B+ = 3.3, B = 3.0 and so on. At the main window you enter how many courses you are taking and the application will open a new window to calculate your GPA. You are able to select anywhere between 4 and 9 courses. If you are taking fewer than 4 courses the calculator will still work, you just enter the information for the courses that you have.


Release Notes:

Windows now have a max and min size to make them compatible with 11 inch screens. There is also a slight change with the Icon.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 2.0
Review by Bentleyk9

Very useful - I've been looking for a GPA calculator app for some time now and am very pleased with this one. I work as a college academic advisor, and this app saves me considerable time from having to go online an infinite number of times every day to calculate students' actual or possibe GPAs. I am quite pleased with this app, especially since it's free. It's not the most beautiful app ever, but its functionality is more important. If it also calculated goal GPAs, I'd gladly pay a couple of bucks for the app.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
Version 2.5
Review by lkajsdf3li32

Waste of memory - This app is a waste of HDD space. If you need this app to calculate your GPA, you should spend less time on your computer and more time learning math. And if you do know how to calculate GPA on your own, then this app is a waste of HDD space.

Found helpful by 3 out of 8 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 2.5
Review by 3000jlk

GPA utility not useful - This is a great quick app if only it was universal. Some schools use an A+ as a 4.3 and this app does not allow for this. Also there is no reason kids in highschool shouldn't be able to use this app. If they would allow the kids to enter the bump ups for what their school gives for honors and ap credits. It could be a setting for a fill in the blank for H and AP

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people