Enter the information required in the fields bellow and press the Enter key or on the button "Add class" to calculate the R score for this class. Everytime you add a new class, the grid will be updated and your global R score will also be recalculated. You can also click on the name of a class in the grid to remove it. If you don't know or don't wish to estimate the high school average of your group, you can leave the field empty and the your R score will be calculated with the default value of 75.

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Overall R score : N/a

If you wish to learn more about the R score and how it's calculated you can visite the page La cote R (only available in french presently) presents the complete R score formula used to calculate the R score used by universities as a mean of student selection.

Did you know the R score formula was updated? **The R score calculator still enables you to get a good estimated of your R score.**! If you wish to learn more about the updated R score formula and the changes made to the R score calculation, the Présentation sommaire de l’ajustement au calcul de la cote de rendement au collégial from the Bureau de coopération universitaire (BCI) has answers to all your questions.

You can find below the admission statistics of different universities sorted by program

- The further your grade is above the average of your class, the higher the R score you will have
- A higher number students in your class with grades close to the class average means a higher reward in terms of R score from being above you class average
- The more students in your class obtained good grades while in high school, the more your R score for this class will be high
- In the end, to get a better R score, the only thing you can control is the grade you will obtain in this class.

Don't hesitate to like the Facebook page of the R score calculator on facebook where you can ask for more information about how the R score is calculated.