Thanks for quick reply!!!Yea, use that abbreviation. Pretty much everybody knows what that means.
AADSAS allows percentages?Thanks for quick reply!!!
one more question.
It said "write grade either number or letter grade"
In my school transcript, I have both..
ex) chem ###" 90 A+
so AADSAS application:
- grade : 90
- AADSAS grade: A+
Am I right?
ya, you can't put 90 and if you do, then they convert it on their own.AADSAS allows percentages?
As I remember it they only had grades.
If your grade is an A+ then put it as A+
Abbreviation is a minor issue don't let it bother you too much. Abbreviate it if you want. The other suggestion of fitting in as much as possible is fine as well. I don't think AADSAS and the schools will bug you about it. Concentrate on getting your transcripts with matching forms, LORs with matching forms, and a strong personal statement completed and sent.
Yes, my school system:Is that just an example or is 90 really an A+ at your school?
Yes, my school system:
90+ : A+
and so on.
And actually I put 90 on grade and A+ on AADSAS grade.
Under grade, there was two options which are letter grade and numerical value. I had to pick either option, but not both.
Since my school uses both numerical value and letter grade,
should I put A+ instead of 90?
In some Canadian schools, even getting above an 80 in certain courses is very hard.Wow, since when has a 90 and above ever been considered an A+??? Talk about some serious grade inflation... unless of course, the courses at your school are just that difficult (I can think of about 3-5 schools in the U.S. that might qualify under that category)...