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"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.

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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.

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.

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

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

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

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In terms of letter grades, a 3. 48 grade point average falls between an A and a B. A 3. 5 GPA is a definite A.

It would be a letter grade of B+.

above a B average but below an A average

It is a B...

this means that your grades all a's and u have a awesome grade point average (gpa)

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well in simple terms the grades and credits transfer but don't get calculated into the GPA in the New School

When figured on a 4.0 GPA grading scale a 3.686 means that you have mastered all courses you have taken with at least a low A average. This is considered to be a very successful grade rating.

A 2.72 GPA means that that person made mostly C's. Maybe a couple of B's and A's but the majority of their grades were C's.

If the possible exception to your low GPA is your math and chemistry grades, maybe yeah - you can. If your low GPA grades are represented by your math and chemistry grades - no chance.

Yes you can