GPA Converter

List of Common GPA Conversions

Letter Grade Percent Grade 4.0 GPA Scale
A+ 97–100 4.0
A 93–96 4.0
A- 90–92 3.7
B+ 87–89 3.3
B 83–86 3.0
B- 80–82 2.7
C+ 77–79 2.3
C 73–76 2.0
C- 70–72 1.7
D+ 67–69 1.3
D 65–66 1.0
F Below 65 0.0

Is a 2.2 GPA Good?

A 2.2 GPA is far below the national average of a 3.0 GPA. While not considered dismal, a 2.2 GPA is still low. With a little work, you might be able to raise it to a respectable range.

For high school students

A 2.2 GPA simply won’t cut it when applying to colleges and universities. Certainly, admissions offices consider extracurriculars and standardized test scores, but your GPA is their primary way of assessing your readiness for college.

For college students

If you plan on applying to a graduate program, you’ll need to raise your GPA to at least a 2.5. If you have completed an internship, it may strengthen your application, but even then, a 2.2 will not be high enough.

How Can I Raise My GPA?

Raising your GPA will take hard work. It won’t happen overnight, but it will happen eventually if you make a plan and stick with it.

  • Commit yourself to turning in assignments on time and completed in full.

  • Distance yourself from outside distractions until your GPA is satisfactory.

  • Ask your professor for extra work, or complete extra practice on your own.

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