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# What does a 2.70 GPA mean in terms of grades?

Updated: 10/10/2023

Wiki User

11y ago

"A 4.0 is a perfect GPA. A 2.75 would be around a 69 average." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

That is false. A 69 (assuming a non +/- scale) is a D. A grade of D earns you a GPA of 1.0, so a "69 average" or "D Average" would give you a GPA of 1.0 A grade of B will earn you 3.0 GPA points, so if you averaged a 2.75, that would be slightly below a B average.

If you were to break it down into individual percentages (i.e. your cumulative average grade in all of your classes) it would be between an 82 and 83 average.

Wiki User

14y ago

Wiki User

16y ago

Using the United States scoring system 2.56 is a C+. * A = Excellent or Superior; or top 10% (90 to 100) = 4.00 * B = Above Average; or second 10% (80-89) = 3.00 * C = Average; or third 10% (70-79) = 2.00 * D = Below average, minimum passing grade (60-69); or fourth 10% = 1.00 * F (Also N or E or U): Failure or Exceptionally Poor; or bottom 60% (0-59) = 0.00 Thus, the scale is A = 4.00, B+ = 3.5, B = 3.0, C+ = 2.5, C = 2.0, D = 1.0, F = 0.0.

Wiki User

8y ago

2.5-3.3 are all B- to B+ averages, so it means you're doing okay. If you have really high SAT's (2200+), then you'd be able to go to a pretty good school. 3.0 is a magic number due to grade inflation.

Wiki User

16y ago

It's either 3 Cs and 3 Bs which is 2.5 or 2 Cs, 1 D, and 3 Bs which is 2.333

Wiki User

11y ago

Roughly a "C" average. It is 2.5 out if 4.0.

Wiki User

12y ago

All that really means is you are at an average of a B with 1 or 2 C - C+'s. just work harder you kid dog brother pig

Wiki User

11y ago

Wiki User

11y ago

2.70