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Transfer admissions - how does A&M calculate grades for repeated courses?

LovestheheatLovestheheat Registered User Posts: 157 Junior Member
edited December 2012 in Texas A&M University
Does anyone know how A&M would calculate both grades from a repeated community college course? My daughter wants to repeat a course she made a B in and try to get an A. Would A&M include both grades in their calculated GPA for her or just the latter or higher grade?
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Replies to: Transfer admissions - how does A&M calculate grades for repeated courses?

  • SobeGreenTea972SobeGreenTea972 Registered User Posts: 257 Junior Member
    Yes, both grades will be use to calculate the GPA
    Grades for all transferable courses are used in the computation of the GPR. This includes:

    Failing grades, repeated courses, WF, Incompletes, etc.

    Grades reported as Incomplete are computed as Fs.

    Plus and minus grade designations are not used; C+ is computed as a C, B- as a B etc.
  • LovestheheatLovestheheat Registered User Posts: 157 Junior Member
    Thank you. She might as well take a different course in that case.
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