Division I Worksheet

This worksheet is provided to assist you in monitoring your progress in meeting NCAA initial-eligibility standards. The NCAA Eligibility Center will determine your academic status after you graduate. Remember to check your high school's List of NCAA Courses for the classes you have taken. Use the following scale:

A = 4 quality points; B = 3 quality points; C = 2 quality points; D = 1 quality point.

English (4 years required) Course Title Credit X Grade = Quality Points (multiply credit by grade) Example: English 9 .5 A (.5 x 4) = 2

Total English Units Total Quality Points

Mathematics (3 years required) Course Title Credit X Grade = Quality Points (multiply credit by grade) Example: Algebra 1 1.0 B (1.0 x 3) = 3

Total Mathematics Units Total Quality Points

Natural/physical science (2 years required) Course Title Credit X Grade = Quality Points (multiply credit by grade)

Total Natural/Physical Science Units Total Quality Points

Additional year in English, mathematics or natural/physical science (1 year required) Course Title Credit X Grade = Quality Points (multiply credit by grade)

Total Additional Units Total Quality Points

Social science (2 years required) Course Title Credit X Grade = Quality Points (multiply credit by grade)

Total Social Science Units Total Quality Points

Additional academic courses (4 years required) Course Title Credit X Grade = Quality Points (multiply credit by grade)

Total Additional Academic Units Total Quality Points

Core-Course GPA (16 required) Beginning August 1, 2016, 10 core courses to be completed prior to the seventh semester and seven of the 10 must be a combination of English, math or natural or physical science. Total Quality Points Total Number of Credits Core-Course GPA (Total Quality Points/Total Credits)

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Division II Worksheet

This worksheet is provided to assist you in monitoring your progress in meeting NCAA initial-eligibility standards. The NCAA Eligibility Center will determine your academic status after you graduate. Remember to check your high school’s List of NCAA Courses for the classes you have taken. Use the following scale: A = 4 quality points; B = 3 quality points; C = 2 quality points; D = 1 quality point.

English (3 years required) Course Title Credit X Grade = Quality Points (multiply credit by grade) Example: English 9 .5 A (.5 x 4) = 2

Total English Units Total Quality Points

Mathematics (2 years required) Course Title Credit X Grade = Quality Points (multiply credit by grade) Example: Algebra 1 1.0 B (1.0 x 3) = 3

Total Mathematics Units Total Quality Points

Natural/physical science (2 years required) Course Title Credit X Grade = Quality Points (multiply credit by grade)

Total Natural/Physical Science Units Total Quality Points

Additional years in English, math or natural/physical science (3 years required) Course Title Credit X Grade = Quality Points (multiply credit by grade)

Total Additional Units Total Quality Points

Social science (2 years required) Course Title Credit X Grade = Quality Points (multiply credit by grade)

Total Social Science Units Total Quality Points

Additional academic courses (4 years required) Course Title Credit X Grade = Quality Points (multiply credit by grade)

Total Additional Academic Units Total Quality Points

Core-Course GPA (16 required) Total Quality Points Total Number of Credits Core-Course GPA (Total Quality Points/Total Credits)

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