**GPA Calculators** ▶ UF GPA Calculator

**Result**

**0.00**

**Cumulative**

**Total Grade Points = 0.0**

**Total # of Credits = 0.0**

**Grade Point Deficit (DPC) = 0.0**

Do you want to calculate UF GPA or CGPA for the current semester? If yes, then try this uf gpa calculator to compute your uf grades point average.

Yes, this uf grade calculator is specifically designed for the students of the University of Florida that helps to calculate UF GPA or CGPA for the current semester. Also, this uf gpa calculator allows you to calculate total grade points, total # of credits, and grade point deficit (DPC).

The University of Florida is one of the most reputed and prestigious public educational institutes located in Gainesville, Florida. It is said that the University of Florida (UF) is #1 in Best Colleges in Florida. Well, this uf grading scale conversion table is used by the UF (University of Florida).

Letter Grade |
Grade Points |

A |
4 |

A- |
3.67 |

B+ |
3.33 |

B |
3 |

B- |
2.67 |

C+ |
2.33 |

C |
2 |

C- |
1.67 |

D+ |
1.33 |

D |
1 |

D- |
0.67 |

E |
0 |

You just have to enter a few parameters to get instant results. Read on to know how to calculate GPA for uf with our GPA calculator uf.

You just have to follow the given steps to calculate uf grade points.

You have to enter the current value of earned credit hours for each course. In the UF (University of Florida) usually, the number of credits is 3 or 4.

You just have to select a letter grade from the drop-down list.

Once you added both above fields, the uf clas gpa calculator automatically shows your cumulative GPA, total grade points, the total number of credits, and grade point deficit (DPC).

A grade point deficit (DPC) is indicating the number of grade points below a C average on hours attempted at UF (University of Florida). If the grade point average is less than 2.0, then it is said to there is a grade point deficit. Remember that the average GPA at UF (University of Florida) is 4.4

To calculate grade point deficit students should have to first determine the GPA:

- First, you have to multiply the total UF hours carried for a grade by 2 (for 2.0 GPA)
- Then, you have to subtract the total grade points earned to calculate the deficit

For instance, if a student has get 100 hours for a grade, then 200-grade points are required for a 2.0 Grade Point Average (GPA). If there are 196-grade points, then it is said that there is a 4-point deficit.

The UF (University of Florida) GPA calculator is intended to be used as information only. You should have to contact your school/institution for an exact piece of determination.