Thank you for using the timer!
We noticed you are actually not timing your practice. Click the START button first next time you use the timer.
There are many benefits to timing your practice, including:
What should I use for my GPA? [#permalink]
08 May 2011, 16:49
I graduated with my Bachelors (History) in 2000 with a lowly GPA of 2.42. Over the last 3 years, I've been taking advantage of my employer's tuition reimbursement and taking classes at a local community college. I was able to take more classes here than at a 4-year school since tuition was so low. Anyway, I graduated with an Associates (Business Management) in December 2010 with a GPA of 3.74. Now I'm thinking about going for an MBA but I don't know what GPA to use or if there was a way to average them together. Obviously, the 2.42 covered more classes than the 3.74. Also, I took a few classes at the community college that were not a part of the degree for Business management, such as Technical Writing, a programming class, and Spanish. I'm not sure if those should count toward my Associate degree GPA. So, I guess my quesiton is how do I average out the GPA's from 2 different schools?
Re: What should I use for my GPA? [#permalink]
09 May 2011, 06:53
This is a pretty special case. However, most schools would require you to put down the information you have for all your colleges in the past, and if any degree was awarded. As for you, you will have two educational institutions, one resulting in a bachelor and one resulting in an associate. Each of these will have different GPAs. For a small number of b-schools, they'll ask for a 'cumulative' GPA, and in this case (after you are ready to apply to this specific school), I'd call the admissions office and ask about this question.
Re: What should I use for my GPA?
09 May 2011, 06:53