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Wanda

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Let's say I took a course and received a percentage grade of 86% which is an A at my university. (It is shown on my transcript as 86% A) When I compute my GPA, I list it as an A on the AADSAS application and assign it 4 quality points, right? Thanks.
 

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i would go with whatever the letter grade they give you. i had a physics course where a 70 would get you an A.
 

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Transcripts dont go into percentage detail and only contain the letter grade that you were awarded. AADSAS will go with the letter grade shown on you transcripts.
 

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Just make sure you understand how your school calculates, my school everyone who applies drops a bit because they tend to give you more points for the differential in units between classes and it does not add up the same as AADSAS, I was sorely dissappointed to see my numbers drop after I had already sent out. I felt my slim chances get even slimmer at that point.
 
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