How are your grades trending in college?

<p>Freshman Year:</p>

<p>Quarter GPA: 2.60 --> 3.79 --> 3.50</p>

<p>Cumulative GPA: 2.60 --> 3.23 --> 3.30</p>

<p>Freshmen Yr</p>

<p>Semester GPA: 2.9 --> 3.1
Cumulative GPA: 2.9 --> 3.1</p>

<p>Going into junior year:</p>

<p>Semester GPA: 4.0--->3.9--->3.8--->3.56
Cumulative GPA: 4.0--->3.95---> 3.9--->3.81</p>

<p>Mostly hovered around a 3.9. Now in senior year thanks to a 6 credit ass raper last semester I'm down to a 3.75.</p>

<p>Freshman year: 2.81 --> 3.46 --> 3.55 (summer)</p>

<p>This semester is gonna be a little hectic for me but I'm hoping to keep all A's and B's. The only really difficult classes will be chemistry and physics, and luckily I have study sessions for those.</p>

<p>Finished freshman year with a 3.74 GPA </p>

<p>Meh, I will take it.</p>

<p>Going into 3rd year. I have taken classes year round though, so freshmen fall -> freshmen spring -> freshmen summer -> sophomore fall, etc. </p>

<p>Semester: 3.61 -> 3.81 -> 3.89 -> 3.8 -> 3.9 -> 4.0 (2 classes are still in progress)
Cumulative: 3.61 -> 3.72 -> 3.77 -> 3.78 -> 3.8 -> 3.81</p>

<p>4.0->4.0, freshman</p>

<p>Going into my senior year:</p>

<p>Semester: 4.0 -> 3.883 -> 3.294 -> 3.515 -> 4.0 -> 3.425 -> 2.75</p>

<p>Cumulative: 4.0 -> 3.936 -> 3.71 -> 3.655 -> 3.669 -> 3.635 -> 3.527</p>

<p>I expect my grades to bounce back this year. I want to finish with a 3.6, so I need to get around a 3.88, which I did in 3/7 semesters. I got crushed last semester by work (40 hours a week, getting off at 2:30, then turning around for an 8 am class). I won't have that problem next semester, and will have time to thoroughly do my homework. It's going to be my last year of education forever (or at least awhile), so I think I can keep a good focus for this year.</p>

<p>3.85 GPA for freshman year. ;)</p>

<p>Going into senior year.
I've taken classes every summer so those will be listed as well.</p>

<p>Semester: 4.0 -> 3.785 -> 4.0 -> 3.898 -> 2.335 -> 3.083 -> 3.645 -> 3.562 -> 4.0</p>

<p>Cumulative: 4.0 -> 3.909 -> 3.928 -> 3.921 -> 3.637 -> 3.553 -> 3.568 -> 3.567 -> 3.603</p>

<p>3.2 -> 3.2. Not great, only expecting to improve from now on.</p>

<p>Freshman year: 3.6, 4.0, 3.0 (summer school)</p>

<p>My uni is kinda weird, all Bs are a 3 regardless of ±. That first semester was like 2 A-s, an A, a B+ and a B-. The second was three As and two A-s. Summer school was a B+ and B-. Meh, they were tough courses so I won't sweat it.</p>

<p>Freshman (did fall,spring,summer)
3.94 -> 3.73 -> 4.0 (just took one summer class)
cumulative 3.86</p>

<p>Hopefully I'll be able to keep it the same this coming year.</p>

<p>Freshman Year: 4.0 ---> 3.7</p>

<p>By Junior Year: 3.6 ----> 3.5 *Probably well go down due to Business Stats course in the summer.</p>

<p>business stats is the devil's creation</p>

<p>I think everyone should post their major as well. Just for some perspective.</p>

<p>I also love the 4.0 or bust mentality. "I got a 3.8, its ok, I mean its not that great blah blah blah"</p>

<p>Freshman year: 3.82 --> 4.0 (semester)
Cumulative: 3.82 --> 3.91 --> 0 (due to transfer)</p>

<p>Chemistry (now Microbiology) It goes spring '10, summer '10, fall '10, spring '11 and one summer course.</p>

<p>Semester: 4.0 >>>>4.0>>>>4.0>>>>2.7 (yikes)>>>>4.0
Cum: 4.0>>>4.0>>>4.0>>>3.63>>>3.65>>>0 Transferred.</p>

<p>I was a chemical engineering major during my freshman and sophomore years and then switched to chemistry. I'm also working on minors in math and classics.</p>

<p>The semester where I got a 2.335 was when I found out that I wasn't cut out for chemical engineering.</p>