If you’re going into a final exam and worried about what could happen, our Mizzou GPA calculator will help you do the following:
|Calculate your semester, annual and cumulative GPA|
|Calculate what final exam mark you need to get a certain course grade|
|Calculate what your final grade will be if you get a certain final exam mark|
|Calculate your current grade for a specific course|
How to Use the Mizzou GPA Calculator
Make your own copy
The first step is to make your own copy.
Click below to access the Mizzou final grade calculator/GPA calculator:
On your computer: In the top left corner, click File > Make a copy.
On your phone: In the top right corner, tap the three dots > Share & export > Make a copy.
Now you have your very own, shiny Mizzou grade calculator.
A couple quick notes:
1. If you’re on your phone, we recommend downloading the google sheets app to access the final grade calculator. It’s free and is easier to use the Mizzou calculator this way.
2. We have FREE Mizzou Past exams and study guides to help you reach your grade and GPA goals. Check it out!
What is my GPA?
The first tab (Mizzou GPA calculator) is where you can calculate your semester GPA (SGPA), your annual GPA (AGPA), and your cumulative GPA (CGPA).
Enter your current CGPA and the credits you earned so far.
Then enter the courses you’ve taken and what your grade was for each. You can also enter what you expect to get in your current courses and see what GPA you’ll end up with.
If you need to convert a 4.0 scale to a letter grade or vice versa, you have the Mizzou grading scale and its conversions just to the right.
Scroll down and you’ll see your GPA calculations for the semester, for the year, and cumulatively with some additional encouragement!
What do I need on my Final Exam to get my desired grade?
In the second tab (Mizzou Specific Course Grade), fill in the course you want to calculate your final grade for.
Next, fill in your current grade, desired grade, and final exam weight to calculate what you need on your final exam to get your desired grade.
If you don’t know your current grade, just go to the next tab “Mizzou Assignments and Deliverables” at the bottom of the screen.
Just fill in the assignments, midterms, and presentations you’ve done and record how much each was worth and what your mark was.
Copy and paste that current grade into the first tab and now you’ll see this.
The final grade calculator will show you what you need on your final to get a 70% in your course, the lowest and highest possible grade, a handy graph to show other possible scenarios, and some motivation to achieve your desired grade.
What will my Final Grade be if I get a certain Final Exam Mark?
Similar to calculating what you need on your final exam to get a certain grade, start by entering your current grade and final exam weight.
The difference here is that you enter your expected final exam grade rather than your desired course grade.
Scroll down and the grade calculator will get you your results!
Voila! Now that you’ve crunched some numbers, you know four things:
1. What you need on your final exam to get a certain grade.
3. Your semester GPA (SGPA), annual GPA (AGPA), and cumulative GPA (CGPA)
All that’s left to do now is study.
Make sure you give yourself enough time to cover the material you need so you can ace that final exam!
To help you reach the final exam mark and course grade you’re aiming for, we can help with that too:
Homework Help: If you’re stuck on a question, ask it here and an expert tutor will answer it for you. The best part? It’s FREE!
Study Material: Mizzou Past Exams, Study Guides, Textbook Notes, Class Notes for FREE.
There are final exam calculators and gpa calculators out there such as rogerhub and ben
|Calculates what final exam mark you need to get a certain course grade ||✔|
|Calculates what your final grade will be if you get a certain final exam mark ||✔ |
|Calculates your semester, annual and cumulative GPA||✔|
| Available offline (no internet connection needed) ||✔|
|Displays graphs to show all possible grade scenarios||✔|
|Calculates your current grade for a specific course||✔|
|Mobile-friendly (download google sheets app)||✔|
Author: daniel @ oneclass . com