# National University Grading System & GPA Calculation

National University Grade System. National University GPA Calculator and credit system. First class equivalent GPA in Bangladesh. Grading System in Open University. GPA full form, meaning, abbreviation is Grade Point System (GPA). Some university follow Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) system. CGPA is average grade point obtained in all subject without additional subject. Whereas  GPA is the average result achieved through out full degree period. During grade point calculation, teachers consider Theoretical, Practical and VIVA exam result.

GPA Calculation System:
Grade Point Average calculation is not difficult. It is a just simple mathematics. If you want to calculate GPA/CGPA, you have to know some information which is given bellow:
1. Total Point achieved in a year
2. Total credit offered in a year
GPA = Total credit point earned by students divided by total credit offered by college/University

Equivalent of grading system is given bellow: How to Calculate GPA? CGPA Calculation System:
Cumulative Grade Point Average calculation process almost same like Grade Point Average calculation system.  Students have to know following information for CGPA calculation. Details are given bellow:
1. TPS of 1st year, 2nd year, 3rd year and 4th year
2. Total number of credits in whole program
CGPA = 4 Year PS divided by total credit Education Board Grade System:
Bangladesh Education Board grade system is GPA. All public exam like Junior School Certificate (JSC), Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) follow same point system. Details are given bellow: Dhaka University, Rajshahi University, Chittagong University, BUET grading system is CGPA but point is not equal.

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• October 22, 2018 at 3:56 pm
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I am a student of honours final year. But I had a confusion about gpa grading system. Now I am clear. Thanks for this calculation.

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