UOFT GPA Calculator: How to Calculate your U of T GPA 2022

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UOFT GPA Calculator: How to Calculate your U of T GPA 2022

As a student at the University of Toronto, you can use our UOFT GPA calculator to determine how this semester’s marks will affect your overall grade point average.

It is among the finest GPA calculators available in Canada.

According to the UOFT Grading Scheme, a GPA of 4.0 is excellent and the best possible. It is a GPA that you should obtain. 3.7, 3.3, and 3.0 GPAs are likewise regarded as excellent.

Your official GPA can be seen in your UOFT ACORN Academic History.

This article explains how to compute your UOFT GPA with the UOFT GPA Calculator.

UOFT GPA Calculator: How to Calculate your U of T GPA 2022

UOFT GPA Calculator

How to calculate your UOFT GPA

Follow the instructions below to determine your University of Toronto GPA appropriately.

To calculate your CGPA:

Step 1

  • Navigate to gpacalc.utoronto.ca
  • Enter your current GPA and total number of earned credits from your ACORN Complete Academic History.
  • In Step 2, enter your expected grades for the current or upcoming Academic Period (Fall, Winter, or Summer).

Step 2

To calculate your CGPA, SGPA, and AGPA:

  • Cumulative GPA (CGPA): Enter your current CGPA from ACORN in Step 1, followed by your expected grades for courses taken during the current or upcoming Academic Period (Fall, Winter, or the entire Summer).
  • Sessional GPA (SGPA): Enter current and anticipated grades for courses taken within a single Academic Period (either the Fall, Winter, or the entire Summer).
  • Annual GPA (AGPA): Add another academic period, then enter course grades for the Fall in Academic Period 1 and the Winter in Academic Period 2. Academic Period 2 must include full-year Y courses.

Watch the video below to learn more about the U of T GPA Calculator.

UOFT GPA Calculator video guide

Familiarize yourself with these terms

  • Cumulative grade point average (CGPA): The weighted average of all courses taken for a degree.
  • Sessional GPA (SGPA): The weighted average of grades earned in courses completed in the Fall, Winter, or the full Summer.
  • Annual GPA (AGPA): The weighted average of Fall and Winter courses taken.

Visit our UOFT Quercus page for details about the online learning management system at the University of Toronto.

Current students should read the message on UOFT Webmail.

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