UC GPA Calculator
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This tool will calculate your UC GPA using the formula used by the University of California and estimate your chance of admission to each of the 9 UC campuses. You will need a copy of your transcript between summer after 9th grade until summer after 11th grade.
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How to use the UC GPA Calculator
- Choose whether your school uses semesters, quarters, trimesters, or years.
- Add your courses and grades for 10th and 11th grade.
- Mark any honors-level courses by clicking the trophy icon.
- Done! View your UC GPA and how you compare to freshman students at each UC campus.
Rules for UC GPA Calculator
- Your grades A through D are converted to grade points 4 through 1, respectively.
- Pluses and minuses do not matter: an A+ and an A- are both counted as an A.
- Only academic "A-G" courses are counted in your GPA. This includes classes like English and music, but not PE. You can look up your high school to see a full list of A-G courses.
- Only add courses from 10th and 11th grade. You can add courses from the summer before 10th grade and the summer after 11th grade.
- When choosing between semesters, quarters, trimesters, and years, do not include summer terms. Semester means two terms per year (Fall and Spring), trimester means three terms, and quarter means four terms.
- California students can find honors courses at hs-articulation.ucop.edu/agcourselist by searching for your high school’s name.
- For non-California students, AP, IB, and transferable college courses are considered honors-level courses, but NOT school-designated honors courses.
- Honors-level courses are counted as 1 extra point, with a maximum of 8 honors points for 10th and 11th grade, and a maximum of 4 honors points for 10th grade.
- Honors points are not counted for courses with a grade of D or F.