UC GPA Calculator – University of California

What GPA do you need to get into University of California?

The minimum required GPA is 3.0 for California residents, 3.4 for nonresidents; this is the same at each UC campus. While there are no minimum test scores required, all applicants must complete either the ACT with Writing or the SAT Reasoning exams. Applicants should keep in mind that when selecting students, competitive campuses and programs look for applicants who have excelled academically.

How to use UC GPA Calculator?

Convert your grades to grade points. Give yourself an extra point for each semester of a UC honors-level course, with a maximum of 8 points between 10th and 11th grades. Add up all the points to find out your total grade points. Divide your total grade points by the number of grades earned in courses taken between the summer after 9th grade through summer after 11th grade.

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UC GPA Calculator tool can be used to calculate your current semester grade point averages (SGPA) and cumulative (CGPA) grade point averages.
To calculate UC GPA for the current semester enter the number of course credits and grades in the rows respectively in the This Semester and click the Calculate button.

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UC Berkeley is a highly rated public university located in Berkeley, California in the San Francisco Bay Area. It is a large institution with an enrollment of 29,351 undergraduate students. Admissions are competitive as the UC Berkeley acceptance rate is 17%. Popular majors include Economics, Cellular Biology, and Computer Science.

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