B minus at the high end
C plus at the low end
A 1.52 GPA is equal to" D" Grade.
Its equal to a 92, still an A.
It would be a letter grade of C+.
It would be letter grade of B+.
For schools that grade on a scale of 0.0 to 4.0, a GPA of 3.0 is a letter grade of B.
Typically, it is a B+.
A GPA of a 3.2 is equivalent to a B grade. A 4.0 is equivalent to an A grade. It is very important to have a good GPA in high school.
It would be equivalent to a letter grade of B+.
Typically, it is an A- (or A at some schools).
Typically, it is an A-.
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It equals to about a B+ average
Typically, it would be a B+.
Most high schools, universities, and colleges base their grade point averages, GPA, out of a 4.0. Therefore, a 3.7 GPA would be a high grade, equivalent to an A.
On a scale of 4.0, 2.8 is a C+.
It would be an A- (At least in the U.S. it would be as long as it is not "weighted")
For institutions that grade on a plus system it would be a C+. For institutions that grade on a minus system it would be a B-.
A 2.5 GPA is a letter grade of C+.
like an D- or something In high school thats an A
On a scale of 0.00 to 4.0 with 4.0 being the highest, a 3.00 is equivalent to a letter grade of B.
That's like... a "B". But it depends on your school/colleges grading system.
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A 2.97 GPA is a B-. A regular B is a 3.0 and A regular C is a 2.0 and the B- category is 2.67-3.0.
It can vary a bit according to the school. It is an A- or a B+ depending on their ranges.