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How to figure out CPP weighted GPA

xgymnasticsxxgymnasticsx Registered User Posts: 8 New Member
This may seam like a dumb question but how are classes weighted? Does Cal poly look at your accumulative GPA or the weighted one? If its the weighted one how do I calculate it?

Replies to: How to figure out CPP weighted GPA

  • xgymnasticsxxgymnasticsx Registered User Posts: 8 New Member
    This question stands for both of the cal polys
  • GumbymomGumbymom Forum Champion UC Posts: 23,462 Forum Champion
    SLO uses 9-11th grades with up to 8 semesters of extra honors points weighted for UC approved Honors (CA HS schools only) AP/IB or DE courses taken 10-11th grades. CP Pomona only uses 10-11th grades in the a-g courses instead of 9-11th.
    Here is the calculator. All CSU’s use an eligibilty index to rank applicants by major. SLO uses MCA points instead.

    https://www2.calstate.edu/apply/eligibility-index
  • CaliEdCaliEd Registered User Posts: 8 New Member
    edited February 10
    @xgymnasticsx did you apply via the 2018 application or are you trying to figure out your GPA for your future application? If you submitted a 2018 application I believe our 9-11 a-g GPA is calculated on the PDF of our CP application located at https://www2.calstate.edu This GPA calculation also includes any reported middle school math and foreign language grades.
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