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GPA [2.78/3.29 L2]

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School Cumulative Last Two Best Three  
UOIT 1.87 1.87 1.93  
York 3.69 3.69 3.69  
Overall: 2.78 3.29 3.56

 

These are what my grades look like right now when I key in my information on Ryn's site.  When I attended UOIT, I didn't do well and just didn't care about school.  A lot of my grades were taken through part time and I got 2-3 F's. I dropped out of UOIT and never finished my degree.

When schools say L2, will they only look at my L2 marks at York?  Or will they calculate based on the "overall" line?  If it's the overall line, am I screwed?  I will be applying as a mature student.

Thank you!

 

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L2 is your most recent 2 years of school. So that would be the 3.69 from York. If they were to look at your cumulative GPA they would see the 2.78.

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On 6/7/2019 at 12:39 AM, Prospero said:

L2 is your most recent 2 years of school. So that would be the 3.69 from York. If they were to look at your cumulative GPA they would see the 2.78.

Thank you! I'm annoyed with my cGPA...hopefully they will see my upward trend.

 

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