### How To Calculate GPA In Kenya

The grade point average (GPA) is a metric used by educational institutions, mostly in the United States, to evaluate students’ academic progress and success. GPA is calculated by changing any assignment grades (A, B, C, etc.) to a percentage.

In this article Keweb. co tries to answer the question by publishing the ways one can calculate GPA in Kenya

### Below are the most helpful ways to calculate GPA in Kenya

Students are graded on each assignment, project, and exam. The semester’s average grade is calculated by adding these grades and dividing them by the number of work units. The result of these calculations is their grade point average. Use the following steps to calculate your GPA.

**Step 1:**Find out how much credit you earned in each course you’ve already finished by looking at the grades you earned: A = 4, B = 3, C = 2, D = 1.**Step 2:**Multiply the grade value of each course by the credit value of the course to determine your grade point average for the semester. If a course is worth three credits, and you get a B in it, your total grade point average for that course would be 9.**Step 3:**To calculate your overall grade points, simply add up your individual grade points.**Step 4:**Then, to get your GPA score, divide the total number of grade points earned by the total number of credits taken.

**Here’s more explanation:**

Course Name | Grade Value | Course Units | Grade x Units | Grade Points |
---|---|---|---|---|

Mathematics | A | 4 | 4×4 | 16 |

History | A | 5 | 4×5 | 20 |

English | A | 6= 15 | 4×6 | 24=60 |

Calculated GPA = 60 ÷ 15 = 4 GPA |

### What GPA is second-class upper in Kenya?

Upper Second Class Honours – Weighted GPA of **3.00 – 3.59**. Lower Second Class Honours – Weighted GPA of 2.50 – 2.99. Pass – Weighted GPA of 2.00 – 2.49.

### What is GPA at Kenya University?

GPA in Kenyatta University is calculated by dividing the total sum of all the marks scored by the total number of units. Kenyatta University uses the percentage GPA style, unlike other institutions which use the 1.0 – 5.0 or A – F styles.