GRADE POINT AVERAGE
Grade Point Average (GPA) is the credit weighted arithmetic mean of the Grade Point Values, which is determined by dividing the total credit-weighted Grade Point Value by the total number of credits.
For example, if the student completed one module with two credits, three modules of 3 credits each, two modules of one credit each with Grades A, C, B, D, E, and A+ respectively,(s)he would have a GPA of,
= (2x4.0) + (3x2.0)+(3x3.0)+(3x1.0)+(1x0.0)+(1x4.0)
= 28 = 2.15 = 2.2
GPA shall be computed to the first decimal place, based on the number of the credits for the relevant programme i.e., certificate, postgraduate diploma or MPH.