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# GPA Range on application

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06 Oct 2006, 14:25
Hey everyone I am filling out the GPA range part of the schools I attended... does anyone know where to find this information for the particular schools or what they really mean by this... do they mean the minimum gpa to graduate?
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06 Oct 2006, 17:42
AshikaP wrote:
Hey everyone I am filling out the GPA range part of the schools I attended... does anyone know where to find this information for the particular schools or what they really mean by this... do they mean the minimum gpa to graduate?

I'm not 100% clear on the question ... I believe what they probably mean is range of valid GPAs. Some schools go from 0 to 4, others go over 4.0. Thats probably what the mean. CAll your registrar.

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06 Oct 2006, 23:36
(may be not in line with the topic of discussion)

But I think it's not necessary to convert your grading to GPA. They accept whatever grading your school/college follows. Like some colleges in India have percentage.

Is that not the case Rhyme?

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08 Oct 2006, 16:06
yea you are right but i actually have a GPA so just wanted to see what this meant...
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08 Oct 2006, 18:19
vivek123 wrote:
(may be not in line with the topic of discussion)

But I think it's not necessary to convert your grading to GPA. They accept whatever grading your school/college follows. Like some colleges in India have percentage.

Is that not the case Rhyme?

No expert here, but thats what I've heard, yes.

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