### What is a Final Grade Calculator?

The Final Grade Calculator is a useful tool to determine how your intermediate grades contribute to the overall result of your study course, based on their weight. The formula used is simple yet powerful:

### How to Use the Final Grade Calculator?

Using our Final Grade Calculator is straightforward.

:

Start by entering

the grade you received for each exam or assignment in the designated fields.

2. Input the Weights

: Next, input the weight of each assessment as a percentage of your total grade.

respective

weight and summing these values to give you an accurate final grade.

This tool is especially useful in educational settings where multiple assessments contribute to your overall grade. It’s also beneficial for professionals who need to calculate weighted scores for certifications or training programs, ensuring they meet the required thresholds.

### Example Calculation

Let’s break this down with an example. Suppose you have three exams with the following grades and weights:

• Exam 1

: Grade = 85, Weight = 20%

• Exam 2

: Grade = 90, Weight = 30%

• Exam 3

: Grade = 80, Weight = 50%

To calculate your final grade, you would do the following: Multiply each grade by its respective weight:

• Exam 1

: 85 × 0.20 = 17

• Exam 2

: 90 × 0.30 = 27

• Exam 3

: 80 × 0.50 = 40

Add these values together to get the final grade: Final Grade = 17 + 27 + 40 = 84

Grading systems vary across the world, but they all serve the same purpose: to quantify your academic performance.

• United States

: In the U.S., grades are typically given as letters (A, B, C, D, F), where A represents excellent performance and F is a failing grade. These letter grades correspond to a numeric value on a 4.0 scale (A = 4.0, B = 3.0, etc.). The final GPA is calculated based on these values.

• Europe

: European grading systems can differ widely between countries, but the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) is widely used. Here, grades are often expressed as percentages or on a scale from A (best) to F (fail), with some countries using numeric scales (e.g., 1-5 or 1-10). In both cases, the final grade is a weighted average of your grades across all assessments.

## FAQ

### How is the Final Grade Calculated?

The final grade is calculated by taking each individual grade, multiplying it by its respective weight (which represents its percentage contribution to the final grade), and summing up these products. For example, if your course consists of several exams with different weights, each exam grade will be adjusted by its weight before all are added together to provide the final grade.

### How Much is 20% of a Final Grade?

To find out how much 20% of a final grade is, simply multiply the grade you received on that exam or assignment by 0.20. For instance, if you scored 85 on an exam that is worth 20% of your final grade, then that exam contributes 17 points to your final grade (85 × 0.20 = 17).

### How to Calculate Final Grade Percentage?

To calculate the final grade percentage, input each grade along with its corresponding percentage weight into our Final Grade Calculator. The calculator will multiply each grade by its percentage weight, and then sum these products to give you the overall grade percentage. This method ensures that each component of your coursework is accurately reflected in your final grade.4o

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