Quick Uc Question

<p>On the GPA calculation for UC schools. What are the rules on adding a point. like how many do u get to add for sophomore year and junior year. If u dont understand what i meen, let me know i and i will try to re-word it</p>

<p>Add one point for every semester in an AP course that you passed with a C or above.</p>

<p>Add one point for every college CLASS that you have passed with a C or above, and that is UC:CSU transferable.</p>

<p>Add one point for every honors class ONLY IF THE CLASS HAS BEEN DEEMED HONORS BY THE UCs.</p>

<p>Any other questions?</p>

<p>Best bet is to read the information on calculating the UC GPA at <a href="http://www.ucop.edu/pathways%5B/url%5D"&gt;www.ucop.edu/pathways&lt;/a>. You can also find out which classes are UC approved for a-g and honors credit there. In general, classes termed "honors" taken in the 9th and 10th grade don't get the extra point. And, I believe there is a limit to the number of weighted courses that are included. Again, read up on the details.</p>

<p>Thanks, Carolyn. Even though it is my State U, I have my "beef" with UCOP.</p>

<p>dont really worry too much about uc gpa unless your intrested in elc. they dont ask you for it on your application.</p>

<p>If you are out-of-state, you get bonus points for all honors class, since they obviously could not have been UC-approved. The exceptions are 10th grade English and Math (Geometry), since none of these classes are UC-approved honors in California.</p>