Grading scale

<p>Hey guys- I'm currently an undergrad at UCLA, and I'm interested in going to UNC for grad school, particularly the school of Information and Library Science. It says on the Info/Library Science webpage that the average undergrad GPA of accepted applicants is a 3.5, but I was wondering what kind of grading scale that's on... at the UCs the system is A+/A= 4.0, A-= 3.7, B+ = 3.3, B= 3.0, etc. Do you guys have a similar grading system or is it just traditional (A= 4.0, B= 3.0)? Thanks!</p>

<p>It is like yours A=4, A-=3.7, etc</p>

<p>I think the average GPA of accepted students might vary by which undergrad school they apply from, as different colleges/universities have different amounts of grade inflation, etc. I would focus more on other aspects of your application, especially because you have more ability to impact them at this point.</p>

<p>(BTW, the average undergrad GPA at UNC-Chapel Hill is 3.2, I believe.)</p>