Every time you finish an assignment, your instructor will put a letter at the top of it. That letter tells you how well (or poor) you did on the assignment.
From A to F, you go from great to well, not so great. But they also have a percentage behind them. And the percentage typically shows how many of the questions on a test you answered correctly, or how many requirements you met during the course. You can also calculate your grades using school grade calculator.
The quality point is, confusingly, a quantity that your grade has, that way it can be calculated towards your GPA (which we’ll discuss in the next section).
Every school, college, and other higher education institutions will have a different scale (most use a 4.0 scale) for your letter grades, but, generally, an A always corresponds to either 4 or a multiple of 4.
You’ll want to check with your school administrators or registrars to know how the quality points match up at your university.
A Grade Point Average (GPA) is a hugely important number for students. Your GPA is used for everything: applying for scholarships, joining clubs, graduating, applying to other schools.
In theory, your GPA is supposed to show what kind of student you are. Have you passed most of your classes with flying colours?
Then your GPA is probably closer to a 4.0. Are you an average student, with some great classes and some classes that were difficult? Your GPA is probably a 2.5 or 3. Did you start of difficult and then learned the ropes to improvement? Your GPA reflects that too.