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#1 pennyh7

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Posted 01 November 2016 - 12:09 PM

Yet another question about calculating AGPA's...

 

I attended Arizona State University. Our GPA scale is shown as follows: 

 

My transcripts do not have any percentages on them. So does that mean I would look at the letter grade posted on my transcripts and change the value of A+'s to 4.5's... A-'s to 4.0.... B+ to 3.5.... B- to 3.0.... etc? (Then drop the 30 credit hours that are my lowest). 

 

I am just confused about whether or not different schools have different weights... Thank you!

 

(ASU GPA scale below:)

A+
4.00
A
4.00
A-
3.67
B+
3.33
B
3.00
B-
2.67
C+
2.33
C
2.00
D
1.00
E
0.00

 



#2 Jethro

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Posted 01 November 2016 - 04:33 PM

 

Yet another question about calculating AGPA's...

 

I attended Arizona State University. Our GPA scale is shown as follows: 

 

My transcripts do not have any percentages on them. So does that mean I would look at the letter grade posted on my transcripts and change the value of A+'s to 4.5's... A-'s to 4.0.... B+ to 3.5.... B- to 3.0.... etc? (Then drop the 30 credit hours that are my lowest).

 

I am just confused about whether or not different schools have different weights... Thank you!

 

(ASU GPA scale below:)

A+
4.00
A
4.00
A-
3.67
B+
3.33
B
3.00
B-
2.67
C+
2.33
C
2.00
D
1.00
E
0.00

 

 

Precisely.


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