F=G-((1-w)XC)
w

In the above formula F symbolizes the Final grade; G implies the Goal or the desired grade w means the weight of the final examination divided by hundred and c represents the current grade.

### Sample Final Exam Grade Calculation

So if your final exams are just round the corner and you are still boggled by the calculation part, here is the sample you need that’ll help you estimate your final grade. Let’s say your grade in  english is 80% whereas your desired grade for the finals is 90%. Wondering what score do you need then?? Let’s just break it up as the following so that it can be used in the formula. The final is worth 40% of the term grade. Firstly, we convert the final weight of the examination in decimal form by dividing it by 100 i.e 40 % would become 0.40.

Desired Grade or score is- 90%

Now just apply the formula

F= 90-((1-0.4) X 80)/0.4
F= 90-((0.6 X80)/0.4
F= 90- 48/0.4
F=42/0.4
F=

Therefore, if your current grade is 80%, final weight is 40%, and then you need to strive and get ____ for 90% in the final exams.