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Calculating Grade Point Average (GPA)


GPA is calculated with 16 approved core courses.
  1. Add quality points for your courses (see chart below).
  2. Divide your quality point total by the number of courses completed (16). If CHV2O is included, count it as a 0.5 course.

Individual schools may have their own particular SAT or ACT minimums or required courses.
This method can only be used as an estimate and cannot be considered official.

Mark Range Letter Grade Quality Points
80-100 A 4.0
70-79 B 3.0
60-69 C 2.0
50-59 D 1.0

 

Core Course Requirements

NCAA Core Course Requirements

 

NCAA Approved Courses Available at ND

 

ENGLISH

ENG1D - English 9

ENG2D - English 10

ENG3U - English 11

ETC3M - Canadian Literature

ENG4U - English 12

ETS4U - Studies in Literature

EWC4U - Writer's Craft

SOCIAL SCIENCE

CGC1D - Geography of Canada

CHV2O - Civics (0.5 units)

CHC2D - Canadian History

CGF3M - Physical Geography

CHA3U - American History

CHW3M - World History Before the 15th Century

CLU3M - Understanding Canadian Law

HSP3M - Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology and Sociology

BBB4M - International Business

CGR4M - Environmental and Resource Management

CGW4U - Canadian and World Issues

CHI4U - Canada:  History, Identity and Culture

CHY4U - World History Since the 15th Century

CIA4U - Analyzing Current Economic Issues

CLN4U - Canadian and International Law

HHS4M - Individual and Families in Canada

HSB4U - Challenge and Change

NDG4M - Aboriginal Governance

MATHEMATICS

MPM1D - Principles of Math 9

MPM2D - Principles of Math 10

MCF3M - Functions and Applications

MCR3U - Functions and Relations

MCV4U - Calculus and Vectors

MDM4U - Data Management

MHF4U - Advanced Functions

 NATURAL/PHYSICAL SCIENCE

SNC1D - Science 9

SNC2D - Science 10

SBI3U - Biology 11

SCH3U - Chemistry 11

SPH3U - Physics 11

SVN3M - Environmental Science

SBI4U - Biology 12

SCH4U - Chemistry 12

SES4U - Earth and Space Science

SNC4M - Science 12

SPH4U - Physics 12

ADDITIONAL COURSES

HRT3M - World Religions

HRE4M - Religious Education

HZT4U - Philosophy

FSF1D - Core French 9

FSF2D - Core French 10

FSF3U - Core French 11

FSF4U - Core French 12

FEF1D - Extended French 9

FEF2D - Extended French 10

FEF3U - Extended French 11

FEF4U - Extended French 12

LWSBD - Spanish 10

LWSCU - Spanish 11

LWSDU - Spanish 12

 

DENIED COURSES

BAF3M - Financial Accounting Principles

BAT4M - Financial Accounting

BOH4M - Organizational Studies

HFA4U - Food and Nutrition

PSK4U - Kinesiology

TDJ3M - Technological Design

C - College Level Courses

E - Workplace Prep Level Courses

L - Locally Developed Level Courses

P - Applied Level Courses

O - Open Level Courses

 

Interdisciplinary Course for Athletes

This course is designed for elite student athletes who are participating in an athletic endeavor and wish to obtain an NCAA scholarship; they will earn an Interdisciplinary credit IDP3O1 or IDP4O1 preparing them for the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or American College Test (ACT).  Find out more at www.con-ed.ca or 905-438-0570. 

 

SAT and ACT

 

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