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Well, i thing A's and B's have to be accomplished to get into Harvard.
Well I'm only a freshman,but i know that you need the grade point average to get into Harvard as a 3.7 through out high school.
Harvard Law School grad.
They want a student who has a good grade point average, and a good school record ( and ofcourse good behaiour)
Unlike before where the Extension division of Harvard University FAS allowed open-enrollment, today you have to be fully admitted to be a Harvard University student (even via Extension School route). Unlike the College, the admission process is unique: you must take actual Harvard University courses, make the grade point average necessary just to demonstrate that you can be considered. The consideration phase is extensive. Harvard University faculty not just grade you but also evaluate whether or not you can succeed at Harvard University.
A test in middle 6th grade won't count for getting into college. It starts to get tracked in high school.
This question is way too general to get an answer. Rebecca who? Which medical school? Which course in medical school? What year?
Post graduate, with a JD degree from Harvard Law.
he went to grade school and graduated college from Harvard
By calculating the average grade a student earned in school
The calculated average of letter grades earned in high school is known as grade point average.
The grade point average needed to play high school sports is 3.2.
A 94% average is an A. Unless your average is 90.5% or up, usually they round it up from there, depending on the school. If your school rounds up percentages then it is 95% or an A+
In 7th grade, Harvard-Westlake only accepts 220 students. On average, around 1 out of 5 gets accepted. If you are applying for financial aid, however, the chances of being accepted are about 1 in 7. Harvard-Westlake accepts very few, if any, 8th graders, and only because of foreign exchange programs, or other special instances. 9th grade is the next opportunity to apply. In 9th grade, around 70 new students are accepted into the Harvard-Westlake family. H-dub is a very competitive school. For more information, go to hw.com.
the average scores a student earned in school
The calculated average letter grade earned throughout school
you need to have had all A's throughout your high school career. Also you need a high GPA average and high SAT and ACT test scores if I'm not mistaken you also need to take the LSAT.
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Grade Point Average, a scale based on your performance in school
I have a friend that was trying to get into medical school in Texas. She had a B average, but made a C on one class and was told it was not good enough. There is a rise in people going to the medical school to becoume physician assistants so the computition has really increased. It was high before, now it's even higher.AnswerI know a few people that are enrolled in medical school, and their GPA was a 3.0 and a 3.5 and where both excepted. It also depends on what school you want to attend all universities have different requirements.
That is a B-. U should totally go 4 A's and get in2 Harvard.