Converting GPA from 100 to 4.0 scale

<p>My school gives our GPA on a 100 point scale. But the scholarship i'm applying for asks for my GPA on a 4.0 scale. </p>

<p>I was converting all my grades, but what do I do for my senior year? I did not receive my final averages from my classes yet; I only have grades from the first 3 quarters.</p>

<p>At my public high school, you are given a grade out of 100 that is then calculated as a GPA on this scale:
90-100: 4.0
80-89: 3.0
75-79: 2.0
70-75: 1.0</p>

<p>I'm not sure if this applies anywhere else, but I thought I would throw it out there.</p>

<p>Can you please actually read my question? I said what do I do for my senior year? I did not receive my final averages from my classes yet; I only have grades from the first 3 quarters.</p>

<p>Take the first 3 quarters and average them out for an estimate....although don't you have a pretty good idea of what you were going to receive for 4th? If so, use that and figure it out....</p>

<p>At our school 93 to 100 is the A and A- range and is pretty standard...</p>

<p>A = 4.00 97 - 100
A- = 3.70 93 - 96
B+ = 3.30 89-92
B = 3.00 85-88
B- = 2.70 81-84
C+ = 2.30 77-80
C = 2.00 73-76
C- = l.70 69-72</p>

<p>My high school was different. </p>

<p>90%s were As
80%s were Bs
70%s were Cs
60%s were Ds
50%s and below were Fs</p>

<p>Then the
+s were from x7-x9
-s were from x0-x3</p>

<p>An A average was a 4.0
An A- average was a 3.6
A B+ average was a 3.3
A B average was a 3.0
etc.</p>

<p>As you can see it depends.</p>

<p>My transcript shows what the conversion is, so universities can figure it out themselves if they need to. You should ask your school, if you are not sure how to convert.</p>