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# How do I figure out my average grade percentage? GPA is 3.43

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Jan 4, 2009
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## How do I figure out my average grade percentage? GPA is 3.43

I'm applying at www.studentawards.com and it's asking for my average grade percentage for last year but I only know my GPA.. I've googled this but keep getting different results
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Dec 3, 2009
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What school do you go to?
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Jan 4, 2009
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Toronto
Sheridan College, bachelors degree program
Jul 7, 2010
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Toronto
Mugen123 wrote:
Aug 27th, 2010 4:41 pm
Sheridan College, bachelors degree program
Sheridans GPA system is very easy on the student (75% = 3.50, 80% = 4.00). Someone could take two classes and get 75% and 80% and would have a 3.75 GPA (77.5% average). Another person could take the same classes and get 79% and 95% and would have a 3.75 GPA (87% average). You need to have the exact grades from all your assignments/quizzes/exams for every class to get a spot on %. Perhaps the school keeps % info when they are submitted.
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I'm not familiar with how the grading works at that school, but from my experience, grades are submitted as a percentage and then converted into [c]gpa. You'll need to find each mark for each class, and figure out the conversation.
Jul 7, 2010
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PhilRelgStudent wrote:
Aug 27th, 2010 4:50 pm
I'm not familiar with how the grading works at that school, but from my experience, grades are submitted as a percentage and then converted into [c]gpa. You'll need to find each mark for each class, and figure out the conversation.
That's how it works, A- has a range from 80-89 at Sherdian (according to their site) and a GPA of 4.00. I usually keep track of all my % grades for test and assignments so that I get an actual % at then end of the course.
Jan 2, 2007
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This would all be better if every university & college used the same scale...UofT uses 4.0, Ryerson uses 4.33, York uses 9, McMaster uses 12, etc.
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Jan 4, 2009
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Toronto
Thanks guys... guess I didn't do as well as I thought heh 3.43 sounds high until i realize it's under 75%
Shimso wrote:
Aug 27th, 2010 5:08 pm
This would all be better if every university & college used the same scale...UofT uses 4.0, Ryerson uses 4.33, York uses 9, McMaster uses 12, etc.
yeah it would, i wonder why they don't
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