|By Heh. Ehe. (Hehehe) on Sunday, January 27, 2002 - 11:11 am: Edit|
'lo, and please forgive me for my ignorance
Our highschool calculates GPA in the following manner:
GPA = GPA(unweighted) + 0.05*APs + n*(number of classes over 15).
I can't remember what the over-15 multiplier is.
By this system, I should have a comfortable margin over 4.0, but I'm curious about how UC Berkeley re-weighs these, if at all. Where can I find how UC Berkeley does this for highschool grades?
Also, how much does Cal use standardized test scores as an admission factor?
I'm an out-of-stater, does that hurt?
What else does Cal take into consideration?
|By Heh. Ehe. (Hehehe) on Sunday, January 27, 2002 - 12:18 pm: Edit|
Oh, and how does one convert a percentage grade (what they give at my school) to a GPA point avg thing (by the Cal system)?
For example, if I have a 93 in one class, and a 97 in another, what are the GP's for both?
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