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09 Oct 2007, 21:05
so my friend..and when i say friend, i mean 'me.'....i have a 3.297 cum gpa so do i round up? and if so would it be 3.3? or 3.29?

i'm still studying to take the gmat in a month, so college app is still couple of months away but just curious

thanks for your 2 cents

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09 Oct 2007, 21:10
i didnt do any rounding whatsoever. on all the forms ive had i put all the digits from my transcript.

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09 Oct 2007, 21:44
I round to the nearest tenth.

They can't renege the offer over 1 hundreth of a point.

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09 Oct 2007, 23:26
3.297 is 3.30 for all practical purposes...it will not matter if your GPA is off by 0.003 out of 4 (0.075%) coz I think any standard deviation in GPA would be greater than that number. Yeah, I know it sound stupid. Go figure.

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09 Oct 2007, 23:31
most schools ask for 2 decimal points, so round to the nearest hundredth. So 3.30 (since 3.297 rounds to 3.30)

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10 Oct 2007, 21:53
...3.30 just sounds better than 3.297

now i got another question for you...can i round my gmat score from 660 to 700 (....joking)

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