Grades and Grade Point Averages (GPA)

What grade point average do all asians have?

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They all have a 4.0-5.0 grade point average only.

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Grade point average: the average score of all of your grades.


A GPA is a GRADE POINT AVERAGE it the average from all your classes.


It stands for Grade Point Average. Many GPA's are on a 4 point system...meaning if you have a 4.0 GPA, then you got all A'sGrade point average.


On a four point scale (the one used in nearly all schools in the US), a 3.0 is equivalent to a B.


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


An 85 is a B, so you accumulate 3.0 points towards your total GPA.Your grade point average is calculated by the total amount of points accumulated from all classes not just one.


it's not.. it's an grade point average. An A is equivalent to 4 points, a B is 3, a C is 2, and a D is 1 point. You average all your grades to receive the GPA.


It all depends on your major. Some majors like engineering require you to have at least a 3.8 grade point average minimum. There is, however, some other majors that are not as popular or in demand. With these majors, someone could be accepted with a grade point average as low as 3.0 if you're lucky.


Each university has its own admission requirements. They do not all require the same grade point average, and they also consider elements other than grade point average when deciding whether to accept a particular applicant.


Current GPA is a students Grade Point Average particular to a specific semester. A Cumulative Grade Point Average is a students overall GPA which includes all semesters at a particular institution. Viper1


all you have to do first add all the numbers together. then you divide that number from how many grades there were and there's your answer.


By fulfilling all the requirements of a specific program of study with the appropriate grade point average (GPA).



It should be the same. Assign each letter grade a number; A =4, B=3, C=2, D=1, F=0 then add up the numbers of all your grades and divide by the number of grades you have. This will be your average grade or your grade point average (GPA).


Yes you can. You can request either an unofficial or official transcript depending on your needs. The transcript will list all completed courses and grades received, courses in progress, and each semesters grade point average, as well a your cumulative grade point average. Most colleges and universities will require a fee for the official transcript (usually about $5 or $10 dollars).Yes you can. You can request either an unofficial or official transcript depending on your needs. The transcript will list all completed courses and grades received, courses in progress, and each semesters grade point average, as well a your cumulative grade point average. Most colleges and universities will require a fee for the official transcript (usually about $5 or $10 dollars).Yes you can. You can request either an unofficial or official transcript depending on your needs. The transcript will list all completed courses and grades received, courses in progress, and each semesters grade point average, as well a your cumulative grade point average. Most colleges and universities will require a fee for the official transcript (usually about $5 or $10 dollars).Yes you can. You can request either an unofficial or official transcript depending on your needs. The transcript will list all completed courses and grades received, courses in progress, and each semesters grade point average, as well a your cumulative grade point average. Most colleges and universities will require a fee for the official transcript (usually about $5 or $10 dollars).Yes you can. You can request either an unofficial or official transcript depending on your needs. The transcript will list all completed courses and grades received, courses in progress, and each semesters grade point average, as well a your cumulative grade point average. Most colleges and universities will require a fee for the official transcript (usually about $5 or $10 dollars).Yes you can. You can request either an unofficial or official transcript depending on your needs. The transcript will list all completed courses and grades received, courses in progress, and each semesters grade point average, as well a your cumulative grade point average. Most colleges and universities will require a fee for the official transcript (usually about $5 or $10 dollars).


There is not an Universal System for calculating Grade Point Averages. One way to calculate your grade point average is the - 4 Pointer. Record the point value for each grade (each Class) and add all the values. Then take that number and divide by the number of classes you are taking and you will have your GPA averages. You can find the full directions on how to calculate Grade Point Averages online at WikiHow. They have several different ways to caluculate your GPA.


2.75 2.75 "Students are expected to maintain a grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or higher on all work at The University of Alabama. When a student's grade point average falls below 2.0, the student may be placed on academic warning or suspension."


not all the asians are good in math


A = 4, B = 3, C = 2, D = 1. Add all the scores from all classes and divide by the number of classes.


It represents among all of your classes, a straight "B" average. Your grades may have been all "B"s, or one "A", one "C" and the rest "B"s, etc.


CGPA = cumulative grade point averageThe CGPA is the average of grade points obtaind in all subjects excluding additional subjects as per Scheme of studies. An indicative equivalence of Grade point and percentage of marks can be computed asSubject wise indicative percentage of marks =9.5 X GP of the subjectsOverall indicative percentage of marks =9.5 X CGPA



No, but all Chinese are considered Asians.


Not all Asians eat with Chopsticks.


Most all master's degree programs in the US require at lease a 3.0 grade point average to graduate



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