# How do you convert the six-point grade system into GPA?

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Well can you explain?? i am willing to help! i am just a lil confused
is an A six points??
or is their 6 classes??

i think he means six points
i have it too
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# How does the 4 point GPA system work and how do you change the 4 point GPA system to a numeric grade?

Essentially, the 4 point GPA reflects letter grades A through D. A4.0 GPA is an 'A'. A 3.0 GPA is a 'B'. Grade points in between arepluses or minuses to the letter grade.

# How do you convert letter grade to GPA?

A 4.0 GPA is an A. A 3.5 GPA equals an A-. A 3.0 is a B and a 2.0is a C. A 1.0 is a D. Anything below that is an F.

# What letter grade does a 3.16 GPA convert to?

It roughly translates to "just" a B. Not a B+ or a B-, but just a flat B. It's very good, but if you are trying to get into an elite program with this GPA then you will still

B+

B-

# What letter grade does a 2.8 GPA convert to?

What letter grade does a 2.8 GPA convert to

# How do you convert a graded GPA to a numeric?

Grade-> GPA->Percentage . A+ -->4.0--> 90-100 A --> 4.0--> 85-89 A- --> 3.7 --> 80-84 B+ --> 3.3 --> 77-79 B -->3.0 -->73-76 B- -->2.7--> 70-72 C+ --> 2.3--> 67-69

# What letter grade does 3.78 GPA convert to?

A 3.78 GPA would convert to an A, the number grade would be like a 94.5.

# What letter grade is a 3.2 GPA convert to?

B. A- 4.0 B (3.0-3.9) C (2.0-2.9) D (1.0-1.9) Lets not even go there! Keep up the good work!

# What letter grade does a 2.772 GPA convert to?

Depending on the schools grading system , it could be either a C+ or B- letter grade.

# What letter grade does 3.7 GPA convert to?

It could be either a B+ or an A- depending on the schools grading system. Some only grade on a minus system while others a plus system. In any event, it is something to be pro