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What was your GPA when you graduated?

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Nov 20, 2010
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Brampton

What was your GPA when you graduated?

I go to UofT and I'm in my fourth year with a 2.7 CGPA. Is that considered average?
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depends what you're studying
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Dec 11, 2007
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High school - 93%

University - in the 60s
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Feb 15, 2008
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Calgary
Cumulative, around 3.2

Final year, around 3.6

They aim for an average of around 2.5 in engineering when I went through.

Came out of high school with a 89% average.
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Oct 16th, 2012 9:06 pm
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Billdozer studied engineering and graduated with a cumulative 2.98....0.02 away from graduating with honours!
You're not funny.
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I was generally a B- or C+ student overall. I only studied what i liked, and ended up almost ace-ing some while failing (high school) or almost failing others. Once you're out of academics, you'll quickly realize that it has no real world value. Everything revolves on who you know. If you haven an A+ in social skills, you're good to go.
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Street smarts and doing what you're good at is the most important. Uni degree does not always equal to a job :/
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cGPA 3.67

sGPA 3.85

Philosophy with Biology minor

Undisclosed university in Waterloo
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Brampton
dragon_drift wrote:
Mar 17th, 2012 1:19 am
Street smarts and doing what you're good at is the most important. Uni degree does not always equal to a job :/

i don't necessarily think that's true for all types of jobs. it depends what kind of job you're looking for.
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billdozer wrote:
Mar 16th, 2012 11:06 pm
Billdozer studied engineering and graduated with a cumulative 2.98....0.02 away from graduating with honours!

what school was that? at UofT I believe you need a 3.10 to graduate with honours
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Interesting, everyone is a super brainiac on here. What happened to the bell curve? Kind of like how everyone makes over $150k a year but yet complains about taxes and nickel and dimes each purchase they make.
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Cumulative: 3

Final year: 3.33

Grade 12: 82%

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