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Raising a 3.72 to 3.8 or 3.9 GPA, possible?

itchyfeetitchyfeet Posts: 12Registered User New Member
edited June 2010 in High School Life
I ended my junior year with around 3.72 cumulative GPA (i say around because my report card isn't arrived yet). I'm thinking about applying early to colleges like cornell and other good schools. I was wondering if this raise in GPA is possible if I almost ace my senior first semester, which will commence in about a month.

My school counts credits like this. U have to take 7 credits per year, while senior year you can take 6 credits. So total would be 7 X 3 + 6 = 27

A = 4
B = 3
C = 2

and so on because im NOT going to get anywhere below that. (Ap version of A is 4.3, so it's a little bit higher for Ap's)

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