Brian at AcceptedToCollege.com helps to unravel the mystery behind calculating your high school GPA.
Many High School juniors who are trying to figure out their chances at competitive schools are confused about what their GPA actually is.
Between “unweighted” and “weighted” GPAs — and also with many high schools now calculating the grades of AP courses, honors courses, and standard courses differently — students are often presented with two or three different numbers to represent their GPA.
Even more confusing, many colleges use their own formulae to calculate GPA, meaning that the numbers your high school reports may all be different from what the university actually considers.
So what is a confused student to do? First of all, you should understand the process…Click here to read the entire post
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