How to Get the Most Out of Your GPA Calculator

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While college-life is filled with awesome new friends and experiences its also riddled with continuous assessments. Be it quizzes, exams, or assignments, once the first month has passed and grades start rolling in, the game is on.

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With each and every grade contributing towards your cumulative GPA, keeping track of those grades is key to hitting your educational milestones. So what do most students turn to?

Their trusty GPA calculator.

The problem with traditional GPA calculators are that they don’t save your grades (requiring constant rework), provide data, or give you any sort of context of where you stand against your college community.

That’s why we developed GroverScore.

A Course Repository

GS acts as course repository, allowing you to keep a detailed history of your grade performance without having to jump through the hoops to get to the elusive unofficial transcript page.

A Forecasting Tool

Forecasting is at the heart of any GPA calculator. Once midterms hit, calculating every conceivable grade possible is commonplace. We’ve made it even easier and indexed your schools’ courses, to give you the ultimate forecasting experience.

A Data Provider

Seeing your GPA is what we expect out of our calculators. But what if you could see how well your doing in business classes? Or more specifically, accounting classes. With GroverScore you can see that and much more, including a timeline of your grade performance and trend lines of your school and major GPA averages.

A Community

Millions of students are searching for GPA calculators monthly. However, there is no community bringing all of these like-minded people together. With GroverScore, we’ve created a community for all GPA-crazy students so you can see how your performing against your peers. The goal is to motivate you to work harder and score better.

So when midterms start rolling around this year, ask yourself, “am I getting the most out of my GPA Calculator?”