GPA calculator for a 3.0, B average
Grades Needed to Raise your GPA to a 3.0 from a 2.8
From a 2.8 to 3.0 GPA
If you currently have a 2.8 GPA or B- average, these are the future grades you will need to maintain for the remainder of your classes to graduate with a 3.0 B average. To use this table, find the semester you most recently completed in the first column, that row indicates the GPA you must maintain through graduation to get a 3.0. Note that it becomes harder and harder to change your GPA as you progress through school.
|I have completed||Future grades needed to average 3.0|
|Freshman 1st Semester||3.0 B|
|Freshman 2nd Semester||3.1 B|
|Sophomore 1st Semester||3.1 B|
|Sophomore 2nd Semester||3.2 B|
|Junior 1st Semester||3.3 B+|
|Junior 2nd Semester||3.6 B+|
|Senior 1st Semester||4.4 A
Only Possible with AP Classes
*It is not possible to raise your GPA to the 3.0 target using regular credit classes or repeating previously failed classes in the time you have left to graduate.