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Washington State University Graduate School

How to calculate your GPA

  1. The transcript of the accredited college or university from which the most recent bachelor’s degree has been granted or is expected; or
  2. The transcript of the accredited college or university from which there are 12 or more hours of graded graduate work taken after the bachelor’s degree, or from which a graduate degree has been granted or is expected.

International students: How to calculate your GPA

 

The WSU Graduate School uses a 4-point scale format which indicates a

  • 4.00 = A
  • 3.00 = B
  • 2.00 = C
  • 1.00 = D and
  • 0.0 = F

If your cumulative GPA is in a format other than this, convert it from your current format prior to reporting it.

International students may find this link helpful for doing the conversion calculations.
https://applications.wes.org/igpa-calculator/igpa.asp

This index is used only as a tool to calculate your self-reported GPA. All formal evaluations are processed through Washington State University. International students: If you are planning to apply to Washington State University you will need to have your transcripts and degree certificates sent to the Graduate School.