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Graduate Degrees from the US on a non 4.0 scale

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I have a grad degree from the University of Michigan. My GPA is a 7.6 where an 8 is an A and a 9 is an A+. Do I report my GPA out of 8 or out of 9? Chicago asks for "max GPA" but I think reporting it out of 9 makes me look like I performed worse than I did. Thoughts? Thanks.

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If you can get a 9.0, then you need to put 9.0 as a "max GPA".

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New post 26 Jul 2008, 11:45
misterlev wrote:
I have a grad degree from the University of Michigan. My GPA is a 7.6 where an 8 is an A and a 9 is an A+. Do I report my GPA out of 8 or out of 9? Chicago asks for "max GPA" but I think reporting it out of 9 makes me look like I performed worse than I did. Thoughts? Thanks.


What they are asking is the Maximum possible GPA one can get.

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