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AttributionAttribution Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
If I currently have a 3.09 GPA and I get one C in a 1 credit class and 2 other 1 credit classes are Bs and one other 1 credit class is an A and one half credit class is an A can I still get a 3.0 GPA?

Replies to: GPA

  • chanoo2003chanoo2003 Registered User Posts: 92 Junior Member
    Check your school’s GPA table.
  • r2v2018r2v2018 Registered User Posts: 303 Member
    edited May 16
    If you have 2 Bs (3.0), 1 C (2.0), and 1 A (4.0), it adds up to a total of 12 quality points. Dividing by a total of 4 credits gives a 3.0 GPA, but as chanoo2003 said, refer to your school's grading scale.
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