Subtract the Step 3 result from the passing grade for your class. In this example, if 70 is the lowest passing grade, subtract 45 from 70 to get 25. Divide the Step 4 result by the percentage of your grade your final makes up to find the grade you need on your final to pass.
For percentages, divide the sum by the number of entries. For example, if you have percentage grades for 30 tasks, divide the sum by 30. The quotient represents your final percentage grade.
A C+ letter grade is equivalent to a 2.3 GPA, or Grade Point Average, on a 4.0 GPA scale, and a percentage grade of 77–79.
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