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The importanct of your GPA is totally dependant on the job your applying for. 95% of the time, GPA will not even be brought up. The degree is the most important thing.

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it is important to have a good GPA to go to college.

it makes it easier to be accepted

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Should employers require a 2.0 GPA for hiring teens?

no


How much GPA is equal to 1st division?

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I had a 4.0 GPA in my first 8 months at college and one class brought me to a 3.5 GPA. Is it true that even if I get straight As from here on out til I graduate I can NEVER get that 4.0 back?

You will get it back as a semester GPA but never for your cumulative GPA. Let's say you get all A's next semester....you will have a 4.0 GPA for that semester but your cumulative GPA will be different. I suggest shooting for the highest grades possible because even though you won't get your 4.0 cumulative GPA back, you will raise your GPA above a 3.5.Also, do not be so down on yourself. A 3.5 GPA is still pretty good and after you graduate and start looking for jobs, GPA doesn't really matter at all. Get involved with clubs and honor societies....employers love that!


What do you need to get into Clemson University?

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How much percentage is 2.5 0n 4.0 GPA score?

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How much can a 3.4 GPA raise a 1.5 GPA?

You can't really raise a GPA. But it is a very good improvement! A 3.4 GPA is a B average while a 1.5 GPA is at a D average (Ouch!). Good job on your improvement, (if you did) or if that is just your goal, I wish you the best of luck on your journey to a 3.4 GPA!


The GPA you have to have to become a doctor in college?

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What section of your resume includes your GPA?

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Will maintaining a 2.0 GPA help college students in the real world.?

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How much ahould my gpa should be over a 100 scale in order to be on the safe side?

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