Although people debate whether Calvin himself was as Calvinistic as his followers, most of us are familiar with the TULIP, 5 points of Calvinism regarding salvation. While many who embrace all or most of Calvin's points are not necessarily Calvinists in the sense that they agree with his views on baptism, ecclesiology, or eschatology, for example, they might label themselves as such referring to the process of salvation.
T is for total depravity
U is for unconditional election
L is for limited atonement
I is for irresistible grace
P is for perseverance of the saints.
So where are you in this paradigm, roughly. We might tweak things -- that doesn't count. We are speaking broadly. But please feel free to tweak in your comments. YOu may also comment on which points you accept and/or reject. By the way, I never met a thiree pointer.