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Numerical Grades for GPA

ricericericericericerice Registered User Posts: 30 Junior Member
What are the numerical grades that make up an A,A-,B+,B,B-,C+....etc?
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Replies to: Numerical Grades for GPA

  • maginamagina Registered User Posts: 39 Junior Member
    A
    4 grade points

    A-
    3.67 grade points

    B+
    3.33 grade points

    B
    3 grade points

    B-
    2.67 grade points

    C+
    2.33 grade points

    C
    2 grade points

    C-
    1.67 grade points

    D+
    1.33 grade points

    D
    1 grade point

    D-
    0.67 grade points

    F
    0 grade points
  • JuanEatsPandasJuanEatsPandas Registered User Posts: 325 Member
    i hate this new policy. getting a 4.0 suddenly got significantly harder.
  • athenosathenos Registered User Posts: 119 Junior Member
    Meh, most of my professors are either not using the +/- system or just not assigning A- 's.
  • prismacolorsprismacolors Registered User Posts: 71 Junior Member
    Well all of my professors are. They like it that student's GPAs will now reflect their real grades.
  • ricericericericericerice Registered User Posts: 30 Junior Member
    Are numbers like 95,85,75 on the transcript? Or only A, B, C..
  • TMT90TMT90 Registered User Posts: 522 Member
    So if theres a teacher who isn't assigning +/- grades, then how does work when they enter your numerical grade (for example, 90)? I mean according to that professor, you would have an A in class but when UT computes gpas, that is not considered an A.

    Can anyone clear that up?
  • topawala20topawala20 Registered User Posts: 203 Junior Member
    If your professor isn't doing +/- grading, then you will get an A even if you get a 90 in class. They don't enter the 90 in the system, they just enter the grade letter so that's what the University will see.
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