dganaden

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I know the AACOMAS only uses Biology, Chemistry, and Physics to calculate the science GPA, but how many sig. figs do they use. If you had a 3.18, would that be the same as a 3.2, and would a 3.37 be the same as a 3.4?
 

crys20

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I would think it'd be 2 sig figs.
 

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This might sound silly, but can anyone explain me how to calculate my GPA.
In my transcript I see two GPA's after each semester. One says UT=Undergraduate term and the other UA=Undergraduate accumulative. So how should I calculate my overall GPA for all the semesters and what about my science GPA?? Please help :confused: