We are aware that Temple offers scholarships based, partly, on GPA. The highest one requires a 3.8 GPA. I presume that is the unweighted GPA, but that is question 1? Question 2 pertains to grading scale and how GPA is calculated. Imagine a hypothetical Pottsgrove student who has a 3.5 GPA in our current 7 point scale. In that scale, a 92 is a B. In our new scale starting next year, a 92 would be an A-. If that student’s grades were retroactively converted to the 10 point scale, imagine that his/her GPA rose to 3.8. The number grades aren’t any different, just the meaning of those numbers. Would this student be ineligible for the highest temple scholarship if OUR computed GPA is a 3.5 and would he/she become eligible if OUR GPA were 3.8; OR does temple use the profile and calculate GPA using its own definitions?