# Exercises: Objects and Classes, Part 2

You will find these exercises in `Classes-Part-2` project of the exercises repo. You will update your `Student.cs` file by implementing the `AddGrade` and `GetGradeLevel` methods that were sketched out in the Instance Methods section.

## The `GetGradeLevel` Method

This method returns the student’s level based on the number of credits they have earned: Freshman (0-29 credits), Sophomore (30-59 credits), Junior (60-89 credits), or Senior (90+ credits).

## The `AddGrade` Method

This method accepts two parameters—a number of course credits and a numerical grade (0.0-4.0). With this data, you need to update the student’s GPA.

### GPA Information

GPA is computed via the formula:

gpa = (total quality score) / (total number of credits)

The quality score for a class is found by multiplying the letter grade score (0.0-4.0) by the number of credits.

The total quality score is the sum of the quality scores for all classes.

For example, if a student received an “A” (worth 4 points) in a 3-credit course and a “B” (worth 3 points) in a 4-credit course, their total quality score would be: 4.0 * 3 + 3.0 * 4 = 24. Their GPA would then be 24 / 7 = 3.43.

### Determine the New GPA

To update the student’s GPA:

1. Calculate their current total quality score by using the formula `gpa * numberOfCredits`.

2. Use the new course grade and course credits to update their total quality score.

3. Update the student’s total `numberOfCredits`.

4. Compute their new GPA.

## `ToString` and `Equals`

1. Add custom `Equals()` and `ToString()` methods to the `Student` class.
2. Add custom `Equals()` and `ToString()` methods to the `Course` class which you started in the exercises for the previous chapter.