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To calculate your high school GPA, use a four-point scale, awarding yourself the appropriate number of points for each grade earned. Then, divide the total number of points by the number of credits you've taken. More »

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As grade point averages are calculated differently in different high schools, determining a good high school GPA is difficult. However, over 50 percent of applicants to UCLA had a 4.0 high school GPA or higher. More »

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In 2013, students who were accepted into medical school achieved an average undergraduate GPA of 3.69. Between 2002 to 2013, the average undergraduate GPA of students who began a medical school program gradually increase... More »

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As grade point averages are calculated differently in different high schools, determining a good high school GPA is difficult. However, over 50 percent of applicants to UCLA had a 4.0 high school GPA or higher. More »

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The Princeton Review categorizes a 3.25 GPA, or grade point average, as equivalent to successfully completing 87 to 88 percent of required coursework or a B letter grade. A GPA is a four-point scale used to measure acade... More »

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A 3.67 GPA is equal to an "A" letter grade or being in the 91st or 92nd percentile. GPA stands for "grade point average" and represents the average grade of all the coursework a student has completed. More »

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A high school transcript shows high school grades, the classes a student took in high school and GPA, says Christa Fletcher for Campus Explorer. Depending on the school, the transcript may also include other information,... More »

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