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# What Percent (%) is a GPA of 2.5???

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## What Percent (%) is a GPA of 2.5???

Hey guys. I did a search and couldn't find anything..

anyways. I'm just wondering what a GPA of 2.5 is as a percent?
I've tried google and there are so many variations and I can't get a strait answer.
My school doesn't give me a GPA they only give me a cumulative Percentage so I can't even gauge myself.

Question;
2.5GPA = ___ %

i think 3.0GPA = 80%, 2.0 GPA = 60%, so would 2.5GPA = 70%?

Thanks.
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Jul 16, 2008
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2.5 is C+ in most schools

4.0 is an 80%+, some schools have a 4.5 for A+ some dont,
3.5 is 75-79 B+
3.0 is 70-74 B
2.5 is 65-69 C+
2.0 is 60-64 C

It could be different depending on schools
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hmm interesting.
i'm assuming 2.5 GPA is around 70% ish. maybe 71%.

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chris103610 wrote:
May 10th, 2009 7:10 pm
hmm interesting.
i'm assuming 2.5 GPA is around 70% ish. maybe 71%.

2.5/4 x 100 = 62.5 on a GPA 4.0 scale.
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Nov 18, 2006
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70% is a pretty good guess.

At UT a 67-69 is a 2.3 and a 70-72 is a 2.7 so a 2.5 GPA is probably somewhere around 70. I think UT is the pretty standard GPA out of 4. While I don't have first hand knowledge, I do believe some schools such as York and Ryerson (off the top of my head) use different GPA scales.

EDIT: Also, a 2.0 is 63-66 and a 3.0 is 73-76. A 60 is actually a 1.7 and an 80 is a 3.7
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mike24 wrote:
May 10th, 2009 9:40 pm
2.5/4 x 100 = 62.5 on a GPA 4.0 scale.
i'm pretty sure it doesn't work like that ^^

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Originally Posted by steevee View Post
http://www.ouac.on.ca/omsas/pdf/c_omsas_b.pdf

thanks
Deal Fanatic
Aug 22, 2005
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First thing to learn is that average percentage does not have any bearing on GPA.
Oct 13, 2003
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Check your school's website. They should have an undergrad calendar somewhere that lists the grade scales and calculation for the GPA.
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Jan 5, 2008
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2.5 is like a E in yorku scale sorry to burst the bubble
Member
Dec 24, 2007
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I think it'd be easier for you just to tell us which school you go to so we know which GPA scale to use.
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