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How to Calculate Your CGPA
CGPA stands for cumulative grade point average. The CGPA is a figure that reflects the grade point average for all classes you have taken and for classes for which you have received credit by means such as testing at your school/College/University. School/College/university policies vary in the way they evaluate credit for courses transferred to your current school from another. Your school's registrar will have information about your school's policy. To calculate your CGPA you need to know the total number of grade points you have earned and the total number of credit hours you have attempted.
Instructions
Step#1 Determine the total number of credit hours you have attempted. For example, after two semesters you might have attempted 24 credit hours. This figure can be found on an official transcript from your school.
Step#2 Determine the total number of grade points you have earned. For example, you might have earned 72 grade points in two semesters. As with the number of credit hours attempted, this figure can be found on your school transcript.
Step#3 Enter the number of grade points earned and credit hours attempted into the CGPA formula: Grade points earned divided by credit hours attempted equals cumulative grade point average. Using the example figures, this would be: 72 grade points earned divided by 24 credit hours attempted equals cumulative grade point average.
Step#4 Apply the CGPA formula using the figures you have entered to calculate your CGPA. With the example figures, the CGPA is 3.0.
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kiran mcs 1st yes ap drop kar sakti hu ..mean ap kisi b semester ma F grade select kar sakti hu
Sir can i drop f grade subject and select new cousre subject
new cours select kr sktha ha
Check the below link
http://vustudents.ning.com/forum/topics/20-rules-understanding-in-f...
sir the passing criteria of V.U is not understandable though i submitted the assignment even GDBs but depsite that i got F grade
hassan.kirmani you can
Sir can i drop f grade subject and select new cousre subject
kiran mcs 1st ya ap ki choice pa jab ap dayna chahu
Effective CGPA is the total CGPA without counting failure courses
CGPA = Sum(Credit Hrs for course X Grade Point obtained in the course) / Sum(credit Hrs)
Cumulative grade point average (CGPA) is the weighted mean value of all grade
points earned by enrollment or by examination in courses at VU.
(Explanation: GPA and CGPA includes the number of credit hours at VU for a letter grade even if a grade of “F” was earned).
Any improved grade will substitute “F” and “D” grades of the previous
Semester for calculating CGPA but “F” and “D” grades will form part of
the transcript.
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what is effective CGPA?
ktna bara process
M.Mohsin Nawaz yes D grade subject pass consider huta hai ..
but ap k pass choice huti hai k ap improve kar saktay hu..
agar ap ka CGPA overall good hai tu then kuhi zaruat na hai
Dear All
please tell me this declaration of result,
Rearch Method my CGPA is 1.44
and my grade is "D" is am i pass this subject bcz over all my resutl is good
can i upgrade it wiht this next semester and no need of extra semester for only this subject.
please need fully.
Thank you for sharing this valuable information.
hassan.kirmani nai F ap k next semester ma course selection ma show hu ga na
Sir its mean F garde is not eligible for the 2nd semister
sir F grade means that student are failed to the previous semister
Effective CGPA is the total CGPA without counting failure courses
CGPA = Sum(Credit Hrs for course X Grade Point obtained in the course) / Sum(credit Hrs)
Cumulative grade point average (CGPA) is the weighted mean value of all grade
points earned by enrollment or by examination in courses at VU.
(Explanation: GPA and CGPA includes the number of credit hours at VU for a letter grade even if a grade of “F” was earned).
Any improved grade will substitute “F” and “D” grades of the previous
Semester for calculating CGPA but “F” and “D” grades will form part of
the transcript.
Read more: Difference between "CGPA" and "EFFECTIVE CGPA" - Virtual University... http://vustudents.ning.com/forum/topics/difference-between-cgpa-and...
nice sharing
any one who has give the final paper of cs301 please share the paper pattern and other related questions and answer
waiting anxiously
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