GPA calculation

Discussion in 'Dental' started by archtctura, Jan 15, 2002.

  1. archtctura

    archtctura Junior Member

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    My question is, I am wondering how the GPA is calculated while attending different schools? For example, my Junior College work was 3.65, My Arizona State University work was 3.19, (because I started my interest in Dentistry late in the ballgame) My sciences currently will be taken from another junior college currently 4.0 (knock on wood). So when applying to Dental school, is the G.P.A taken from all colleges attended or just A.S.U? I would assume the overall but 3.19 by itself is okay, with the other work it brings it much higher.
     
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  3. groundhog

    groundhog 1K Member

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    I understand that all of your grades (including recorded repeats) are used to calculate your GPA stats for adea application service purposes. However, each dental school to which you apply will also get an official transcript from each of the colleges that you have attended.
     

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