For applicants from universities with letter grades...
To calculate your grade-point average, use a 4-point scale and count only credits completed in your junior and senior years. This should be about 60 - 70 semester hours or 90 - 110 quarter hours (if you have coursework in progress, you will have less hours). Count all credits of "A" grade and multiply by 4, all credits of "B" grade and multiply by 3, all credits of "C" grade and multiply by 2 and all credits of "D" grade and multiply by 1. The total sum divided by the credits will give you your junior / senior grade-point average.

For applicants from universities with numeric/percentage grades...
For applicants from universities with numerical grading systems (other than those with a 4-point scale), please leave this field blank. Count only courses completed in your junior and senior years (third and fourth year of your degree) and list your numerical average in the "Include Notes" section. In this text section, also include the grading scale used by your university.