As a graduate of a homeschool program (American School, which is accreditted regionally)I can say that it depends on the individual student, just as in public and private school. Your GPA is reflected by how much time, effort, thought, and meaning you put into your studies. In order to compare the GPA of homeschoolers with that of public and private school children you would need to compare the GPA of students putting the same time, effort, thought, and meaning into their studies.
A GPA is a GRADE POINT AVERAGE it the average from all your classes.
the average GPA is a 3.0
average: 3.5 gpa
About a 3.0 GPA is average.
There is no "average GPA" because your grade point average depends on where you are.
the average incoming freshmen GPA is 3.2
The average GPA for an 8th grader is about 2.8-3.8
No. A 3.0 GPA is a B average. So it is a good GPA
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The average GPA is approximately 3.8. According to Collegeboard, 77% of entering freshmen have a GPA of 3.75 and above; 88% have a GPA above 3.5.
The average GPA of the Williams College is 3.83. This is the GPA score that most students in the college usually attain.
The average Harvard undegraduate GPA for the class of 2010 was a 3.49.
You have a low grade point average gpa=grade point average
the average GPA is around 4.15
The average GPA for the University of San Francisco is 3.5.
the average GPA is a 3.5
Average Entrance GPA: 3.7
If you have all B's then your GPA is 3.0
GPA stands for Grade Point Average.
GPA of 2.23
A GPA of 2.80 is equivalent to a C+ average.
A- Grade Letter Average is 3.71 GPA
He had a 4.0 gpa.