Introduction: Managing your academic performance is essential for success at the University of Houston (UH). This article introduces an easy-to-use online GPA calculator tailored for UH students, providing a quick and accurate way to determine your Grade Point Average.

Formula: To calculate the GPA, the calculator considers the total points earned in each course (credit hours multiplied by the grade points) and divides it by the total credit hours completed.

How to Use:

1. Enter the credit hours for each course into the first input field, separating them with commas.
2. Enter your grades for each course into the second input field, separating them with commas.
3. Click the "Calculate" button.

Example: Suppose you have completed a course with 3 credit hours and earned a grade of 3.5. Enter "3" for credit hours and "3.5" for grades. Click calculate to find your GPA.

FAQs:

1. Q: Can I include non-numeric values in the credit hours or grades? A: No, the calculator only accepts numeric values for both credit hours and grades. Non-numeric values will be ignored.
2. Q: Is there a limit to the number of courses I can enter? A: No, you can enter as many courses as needed. Ensure credit hours and grades are separated by commas.
3. Q: Can I use decimal values for credit hours? A: Yes, decimal values are accepted for credit hours. Ensure they are separated by commas.
4. Q: What happens if I leave the credit hours or grades field blank? A: Both fields are required. If either is left blank, no calculation will be performed.
5. Q: Can I use negative values for credit hours or grades? A: No, the calculator only accepts positive numeric values for both credit hours and grades.
6. Q: Can I use spaces between the commas in the credit hours or grades? A: No, avoid using spaces between credit hours, grades, and commas.
7. Q: Is my data stored when I use the calculator? A: No, the calculator operates locally in your browser and does not store any data.
8. Q: Can I recalculate without refreshing the page? A: Yes, simply enter new credit hours and grades, and click the calculate button again.
9. Q: What is the maximum number of decimal places in the result? A: The result is displayed with two decimal places for accuracy.
10. Q: Can I calculate my GPA for a specific semester only? A: No, the calculator provides an overall GPA based on the entered credit hours and grades.