There is no minimum GPA required for admission to Stanford. However, Stanford does provide data on applicants and incoming classes. That data show that a higher GPA increases the likelihood of admission. More »

As of 2014, Stanford University requires applicants to submit SAT or ACT Plus Writing test scores, an official high school transcript, the Common Application School Report Form with a letter of evaluation by a counselor,... More »

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Most students admitted to New York University have at least a 3.4 GPA as of 2014. NYU uses a holistic admissions process though, which means the admissions committee looks at a candidate's GPA, test scores and individual... More »

Stanford University is located in Stanford, Calif., approximately 35 miles south of San Francisco and 20 miles north of San Jose. Situated in the heart of Silicon Valley, Stanford's 8,180-acre main campus is adjacent to ... More »

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According to Harvard University, a 3.4 GPA on a 4.0-point scale is somewhere between a B+ and an A-. Stanford University calculates GPA equivalency in letter grades similarly, with an A- being 3.7 and a B+ being 3.3. More »

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A grade of 80 percent is equal to a Grade Point Average, or GPA, of 2.7 on a scale of 4.0. This typically translates to a letter grade of B-. The GPA is the standard scale used at most United States high schools and coll... More »

Raising your GPA requires getting good grades in classes, which is done by engaging in the class, getting organized, studying often and getting help when necessary. These habits must be done each academic term to consist... More »

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