jjsmith

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I have credit from both a junior college and a 4-year school. My bio class, for example, I took at a junior college is 5 credits but transfers over to the 4-year university as 4 credits. When computing the gpa do dental schools take however many credits the institution gives it?

For example, if I took 35 credits at the community college then after doing the transfer equivalencies, the 4-year university accepted all the courses but it worked out to be 30 credits in their system. Would I take the (35 credit hours * 4.0 gpa + # of credits take at 4-year uni * gpa received at uni)/total credits
or would it be (30 credit hours * 4.0 gpa + # of credits take at 4-year uni * gpa received at uni)/total credits
 

Kou_KeiKi

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When computing GPA, you'll use the credits the original institution assigned. So 35 credit hours.
 
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