|By Ramirez7 (Ramirez7) on Tuesday, March 25, 2003 - 07:09 pm: Edit|
I am applying to CSULA and I was considering how they calculate GPAs. If there are 2 GPAs in each grade level(9,10,11...), do they add up the sum of all total GPAs in the four grade levels and divide by 8(8 represents the total number of semesters)?
1st Semester: 3.16w
2nd Semester: 3.0w
1st Semester: 3.0w
2nd Semester: 2.5w
1st Semester: 3.3w
2nd Semester: 4.1w
1st Semester: 4.3w
2nd Semester: 4.3w
2.5w Add all semester GPAs.
----- Divide 27.82 to 8.
Final High School GPA =3.47w
Am I right??
|By Dyip10 (Dyip10) on Tuesday, March 25, 2003 - 09:27 pm: Edit|
Actually it depends. If you take 6 classes one semester, and 8 classes the next semester, and 4 classes the one after that, you can't do it the way you did. You need to add up all your classes and divide by the number of the classes. Here's an example: 4+4+4+4+3+3+4+3+3+3+4+4= 43 divide by 12 = 3.58 GPA.
|By Vvvvv (Vvvvv) on Tuesday, March 25, 2003 - 11:38 pm: Edit|
It is also important to note that some schools are not interested in ALL classes taken when determining GPA and they will calculate GPA from only the courses they deem to be important for admissions.
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