## How do I calculate my GCSE points?

Write down the GCSE subjects you have taken and the results you have achieved or hope to get. Then, add the points together and divide by the number of subjects you have taken.

How many points is a GCSE grade?

Points are allocated to GCSEs on a 9 to 1 point scale corresponding to the new 9 to 1 grades, eg a grade 9 gets 9 points in the performance measures.

### What is a 7 equivalent to in GCSE?

What are the new GCSE grades equivalent to?

What are the old equivalents of new GCSE grades?

• 2 = Lower E or high F.
• 3 = D or high E.
• 4 = Lower C grade.
• 5 = Lower B or high C.
• 6 = High B grade.
• 7 = Lower A grade.
• 8 = Lower A* or high A.
• 9 = High A* grade.

## What Mark is a * in GCSE?

GCSEs are graded 9 to 1, rather than A* to G. Grade 9 is the highest grade, set above the current A*.

What does M mean on GCSE results?

And m means merit. 0.

### What’s the new grading system for GCSEs in England?

In England, there have been major changes to the grading system over the past few years. What are the new grades? The 9-1 grading scheme was brought in alongside a new GCSE curriculum in England. The highest grade is 9, while 1 is the lowest, not including a U (ungraded).

How is the grade point average ( GPA ) calculated?

This international GPA calculator is intended to help you calculate the United States Grade Point Average (GPA) based on grades or points from almost any country in the world. The U.S. GPA is calculated on a 4.0 scale. How is the GPA calculated?