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Is a 3.0 GPA considered a bad GPA?

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No. A 3.0 GPA is a B average.

So it is a good GPA

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not bad, not good. try harder and make it above 3.0


Yes, particularly if that is your weighted GPA; in many schools and universities, a GPA below 2.0 is considered failing.


No, Its not that bad, its OK GPA


yeah i've taken poops cleverer than that


Not bad. A 3.3 is considered a B+, so a 3.4 would be a strong B+, but not quite an A-.


Yes, a GPA of 3.0 = a B average which is considered good. Your GPA of 3.14 is slightly better. Great job!!


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A 95% GPA is the same as approximately a 3.8 GPA. It's considered an "A".


Not really, It's about C+ slightly below B-, also depends on area of study, If it is in Engineering/Technology, pretty good, But in business is not commendable.


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A 75 on the percentage scale is considered a C grade. This grade is neither good nor bad, it's average. On the GPA scale it is a 2.0.


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no it is not bad at all


Whether a GPA is good or bad often depends on how competitive your high school is and the GPAs held by other students in your class. Often a GPA of 2.7 is considered average, but you should check with your guidance counselor and ask how your grades compare to others. Often schools will calculate your class rank-- how your GPA compared to everyone else in your graduating class.


A grade point average. 2.394 is generally not considered a very good GPA, as your GPA is on a scale from 0 to 4.


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A good GPA will depend on the college that you are looking to get into. An average GPA is considered anywhere between 3.0-4.0.


they are looking for 30 on the ACT


I guess it depends on how bad your GPA is. You could try applying to some schools and see if you could get in. I suggest you talk to your counselor about it.


A 2.75 GPA is not good, sorry. Anything above a 4.0 is considered "good."


A 4.0 GPA is considered an A in college. A 3.2 GPA is rate as a B in college, and is good for a finance major.


you are a tool for asking this


Your GPA would be a 2.08 on a 4.0 scale, or the letter equivalent of a C average. Not great, but you should be able to get into colleges with less competitive admissions standards, particularly if your SAT or ACT scores are decent. Conversion method: 4(2.6/5.0) = 2.08


While all schools are different, an 87% is generally considered to be a "B", which is a 3.0 towards your GPA.



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