"Above a 3.0"

<p>A few of the grad school websites I've looked at have said that for admission, they require at least a 3.0. I know that's relatively low for grad school. Is that just a requirement, or is it an indicator that the grad school is not exceptionally good?</p>

<p>probably a cut off point...basically, the school is saying, "if you don't have at least a 3.0, don't bother applying here."</p>

<p>what's considered a good undergraduate GPA?</p>

<p>311Griff is right: this is a standard minimum requirement. Most of the top grad programs I've seen list 3.0 as their cut-off, so no need to take it as a sign of poor quality.</p>