Verify the marking columns are in order
  1. Go to Configuration, Tables
  2. Select Marking Column table
  3. Move the marking columns until they appear in chronological order
  4. Re-run the calculation

Verify the student has grades in the marking column used to calculate cumulative GPAs
  1. In Configuration, select Registrar Setup, GPA Calculations
  2. Open the appropriate calculation
  3. On the Cumulative tab, note the selected marking columns for the student's grade level
  4. In Grades, select Enter Grades by student
  5. Select the appropriate student and verify that grades have been entered for the marking column selected in the calculation
  6. If grades should be entered for the marking column, enter the grades
  7. If no grades should be entered yet, leave the grades blank and calculate the cumulative GPA once the grades have been entered

Verify the student has a grade level set up to be included in the cumulative GPA calculation
  1. In Configuration, Registrar Set, GPA Calculations
  2. Open the appropriate calculation
  3. On the Cumulative tab, note the grade levels included in the calculation.
  4. Open the student record
  5. Select the Student Progression icon
  6. Note the student's grade level for the academic year you are running GPAs for.
  7. If the student's grade is incorrect, correct it here.
  8. If the GPA calculation should include the student's grade level, edit the Cumulative tab so the grade level is included.

If the values are still incorrect, follow the steps to troubleshoot incorrect GPA's