If you really want to get into Harvard, you need straight A+ and 5.0 GPA atleast. (4.0 is the minimum) Their fees each year are really high too. You need a stong recommendation from your teacher, a strong resume/essay. Mostly (All) students that attend Harvard are really Geniuses. If you attend Harvard, it will be easy for you to get a job. You need strong grades on the SAT & ACT tests. Use your time wisely on learning. You also need atleast one sports credit.
you need a non-weighted GPA of at least 3.8, and if your on a 5 point scale and take AP classes, then you need between a 4.3-4.7 in your sophomore, junior and senior years. it also counts on SAT scores and you need a 2100/2400 on the test, in other words 700 or above in the mathamatical, reading and writing portions. what will help you also is to play a varsity sport, an instrument, and participate in extra curricular clubs, service hours ect.
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.
Magna Cum Laude in Field -- 3.750
Cum Laude in Field -- 3.480
Cum Laude -- 3.750
a perfect 6.0 i think
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.
I think it should be 10th or 11th grade
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.
On average u should know them in first or second grade !
A test in middle 6th grade won't count for getting into college. It starts to get tracked in high school.
They want a student who has a good grade point average, and a good school record ( and ofcourse good behaiour)
threw out ur who life in school should be more A's than B's and nothing lower.
While that information has not been made public, we do know that he graduated from Harvard "Magna Cum Laude"-- this sort of academic honor is given only to the top 10% of Harvard students.
3.0 is an average grade point avereage. you should try to make it higher than that though
The average passing grade should be a D- or above, but it varies on different schools and districts.