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the gpa is always put out of 4.0 but in my high school we have it out of 100 and mine is about 96.8. Around what would this be in the 4-point scale??

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1,453- Member32,180- Senior Member1,453- MemberOr

96.8/100 * 4 = 3.872

32,180- Senior Member32,180- Senior Member1,093Registered User Senior MemberI don't understand that - on a 4.0 scale, assuming a 96.8 is an A, then you would have a 4.0.

93-100 = A = 4.0

90-92 = A- = 3.67

88-90 = B+ = 3.33

83-87 = B = 3.0

etc.

32,180- Senior Member1,093Registered User Senior Member1,093Registered User Senior Member1,453- Member1,093Registered User Senior Memberlol.

at my school (and as far as i know pretty much everywhere except CA) a 93 is just as much a 4.0 as a 100 is.

32,180- Senior Member1,093Registered User Senior MemberSo, a 90, 93, and 95 - that's 3.67, 4, and 4. Add them together, you get 11.67. Divide that by the number of classes (3) and you get a GPA of 3.89. Now, if those classes are honors/AP you throw a boost into the equation. At my school, honors/AP get a boost of .33. So, if 2 out of the three were honors, you'd take:

3.67 + 4 + 4 + .33 + .33 = 12.33 / 3 = GPA of 4.11.

5,264Registered User Senior Member(percentage/100%)*4=GPA in 4.0

It isn't fair...you have to have a 100 to have 4.0, but I'm over it!

We use mostly the 100% scale though!

32,180- Senior MemberA=4

B=3

C=2

D=1

F=0