What is the formula to calculate CWA?

What is the formula to calculate CWA?

CWA = [Sum (Subject Credit Hours × Mark %)] / [Sum (Subject Credit Hours)]



Subject Credit Hours

Marks (%)

Financial Accounting



Business Mathematics



[Sum (Subject Credit Hours × Mark %)]

Subject Credit Hours × Mark %

3 x 77 = 231

3 x 85 = 255

Therefore, [Sum (Subject Credit Hours × Mark %)] = 231 + 255 = 486

[Sum (Subject Credit Hours)]

3 + 3 = 6

Therefore, the [Sum (Subject Credit Hours × Mark %)] / [Sum (Subject Credit Hours)] 

486/6 = 81

This gives a CWA of 81. 

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