DLSU GPA, Grade and CGPA Calculator

For years, I've been closely monitoring my academic performance through my personally crafted GPA, Grade and CGPA Calculator (made from MS Excel). And I realized that I can share it with you through this blog!
DLSU GPA and Grade Calculator
Try this one out for next term! Download link can be found below.
List of Updates:
April 2013 - Changed the "layout" and added a CGPA Calculator; Fixed the Grade Calculator
August 2013 - Added a tool to help you project what GPA you will need for the rest of your stay in DLSU to attain your desired final CGPA. This may be helpful for those targeting Latin Honors.
September 2013 - The calculator now knows if you will be ineligible for being in the Dean's List despite a qualified GPA. This however made the file larger. Note: This change is applicable to the downloadable file only.

What is this tool?
This is just a basic tool to help you compute for your GPA. I know this is really easy to craft in excel, but I'm sharing it with you anyway. Plus, this tool also contains a simple grade and CGPA calculator that can help you out in evaluating your performance, and as well as check your expected final grade and, well of course your CGPA.

How to use this tool?
In order to guide you in using this tool, we will sub-divide this part into sub-sections (one per sub-tool). Are you ready? Well, it's fairly easy to use!

GPA Calculator

Current Version: 1.06 - Just follow the instructions written on the photo below:
How to Use GPA Calculator
Just encode everything that appears in the MLS, and you're good to go!

Grade Calculator

Current Version: 1.03 - To proceed to the grade calculator, just navigate through the worksheet tabs on the bottom left or you may simply click on the grade calculator button. See these two images for the procedures:
How to Use Grade Calculator
Follow these instructions and you'll have your estimated grade in no time!

CGPA Calculator

Current Version: 1.00 - Actually, what you need to do here is to input (or copy & paste) your grades from all your previous terms, and everything will be calculated for you! You may also use this in order to know what grades you should target in order to get a certain CGPA (i.e. latin honors). 
How to use CGPA Calculator
It's pretty easy! All you need to do is to input (or copy and paste)!

GPAs Needed for Desired CGPA

DLSU - GPAs I need for a Latin Honor
Will I still make it for the Latin Honors? 
Current Version: 1.00 - If you find the earlier tool a bit tedious, here's a simpler one for you! All you need to do is to input the data from your Curriculum Audit and My Grade

Put into mind that you need the following CGPA for a Latin Honor:
  • 3.000 - 3.399 Honorable Mention (for ID 111, 110, 109 and below)
  • 3.200 - 3.399 Honorable Mention (for ID 112, 113, 114 and above)
  • 3.400 - 3.599 Cum Laude
  • 3.600 - 3.799 Magna Cum Laude
  • 3.800 - 4.000 Summa Cum Laude

Don't want to download the file?  

Print screen and brag it to your friends! #ANSPK #gpa

I hope this tool (containing the GPA, Grade and CGPA calculators) will help you out in achieving your academic goals (meaning those quatros)!

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Download this simple yet great tool here: DLSU GPA and Grade Calculator (2.68 MB)
You may also click on the download button.
Current File Version: V14
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  1. Very very helpful! Thank you so much. It's an all-in-one calculator.

    1. No worries! I hope this will guide you as well in your academics! It can help in grade targeting. :)

  2. Tinuro ito sa basic comp. lab subject...

    1. Yup! I just applied the basics here, nothing super complicated. Haha!

  3. question : if I get below 2.0 grade, can i still have latin honor (ID 111 here)

    1. As far as I know, yes you are still eligible for a Latin Honor. This is because of the revisions done on our handbook with retrospective application. :)

    2. Renz, I think that rule only applied to 109s. I remember reading about it in the handbook.

    3. I'm really not sure. I checked the latest handbook and none is written regarding a 2.0 or 1.5 requirement. It just says no failing grade. :)

      I'll verify this din so we can make sure. :)

  4. Please do verify... Thanks in advance :)

    1. I've asked Tracie Teodoro, SEG President, for this matter, and confirmed my claim. You can see the revision through this link: Handbook Revision on Latin Honors

    2. Hi! What did DLSU mean by ID number 109 and above? Is it 109, 108, 107 etc (above meaning higher years) or 109 and lower years like 110, 111, etc.

    3. What if I fail LASARE1? Considering that it is not an academic subject and it has zero units, can I still have a latin honor?

    4. Just to be sure, you may need to consult the academic consultant of your college. I'm not quire sure whether that will fall under "non-academic course", because if it is, then that may be a problem.

    5. Here's what our SEG President has to say about this: "...the revised policy of the SHB mentions that the student should not have any failures in academic or non-academic courses. Since LASARE is non-academic, I'm afraid he/she is no longer qualified. Thank you so much!"

  5. Based on this statement: "This rule will be effective for all ID#109- and above students beginning this 3rd term, for those who are graduating, and for the next AY 2012-15 (DLSU USG, 2012)", I am assuming it is 109, 110, 111... and so on until the next student handbook revisions. :)

  6. Shared your link at the DLSU Prof to Pick thread. hope you don't mind :)

    1. I surely don't mind! In fact, I think it was a nice thing to do. Haha! :)

  7. Very helpful, indeed! -ID113

  8. some of us have subjects with a 75% passing grade.. can you make a calculator for that? :) anyway this file is very helpful! Thanks man!

  9. Hi! Can i still be invited in the Annual Recognition even if i have a grade below 2.0 but my cgpa is 3.0 above??

  10. If I remember it correctly you must be a consistent DL for the entire term to be part of the Annual Recognition.


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