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NTU GPA Goals Calculator (BETA)

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NTU Goals Calculator

This GPA goals calculator allows you to calculate what grades you need for the upcoming semester/rest of your degree for various goals such as Honours Class and Exchange Program. It is a great tool to help you plan ahead for your academic life!

Hint: To find out if a GPA Goal is ever possible, fill in your remaining AUs into the AU box.

Current GPA

Total AUs completed (excluding modules you have S/U-ed, including failed modules.)

AUs remaining or taking this semester

Goal:

Deciding if you should SU your elective? Fill up your confidence level below!

Note: To ignore this section, leave elective weight as 0 AU.

My elective is worth AU and I am confident in getting a grade of

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12 thoughts on “NTU GPA Goals Calculator (BETA)

  1. hi, would like to know if i’m thinking of taking 22AU but effectively, 3AU’s are pass/fail and another 3AU’s i intend to use my S/U on it.
    then would using your calculator still be accurate, if i just key in 22 AU’s for the blank box meant for this semester?

    1. Hi Em!

      I’m glad you asked this question. 🙂 When filling up the number of AUs you are taking this semester, please minus off modules that only have a pass fail grading and modules that you are sure you want to SU.

      In this case, the total number of effective AUs you are taking is semester will be: 22AUs – 3AUs(Pass/Fail) – 3AUs (Definitely SUing) = 18 AUs.

      I hope this clears things up. 🙂 Let me know if you have any more questions.

      – Zueet

    1. Hi Tare!

      Thanks for pointing that out! I’ve corrected the mistake. 🙂 It’s was purely a visual error so don’t worry about any previous calculations you might have made. 🙂

      Also thanks for the share! I’ll look into writing one up for our grade structure! Keep a look out for it! 😀

      – Zueet

    1. Hi jinhaochan!

      Thanks for alerting me to the mistake! It’s been corrected. 🙂 Don’t worry through, it has no impact on any calculations you might have made previously. 🙂

      – Zueet

  2. Hey Zueet! May I know do you know anyone who took Intro to Energy before as an elective? Recently i sort of flunk my second quiz due to the high weightage. May I know what is a likely grade if all for quizzes you get average scores of the whole cohort?

    1. Hi Bryan!

      Actually I took that myself. It’s rather competitive. Me and my friend decently for all three quizzes with only a one mark difference between the both of us. That one mark resulted in a grade difference. 🙁 I highly recommend you SU the module if you failed a quiz.

      – Zueet

    1. Hi hosea!

      S/U stands for Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory. You S/U up to 12 AUs of electives in NTU. If you get an S (Grade C and above), you to earn the module AUs without having the grade of that module affect your GPA. If you get a U (C- and below) you will not earn the AUs for that module but on the bright side, your GPA won’t be affected. 🙂

      Hope this helps!

      – Zueet

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