It's my understanding that AADSAS calculates one GPA where an A+ is a 4.33, an A- is a 3.667, a B+ is a 3.33, etc. However, the GPA where there's no +/- (so A-, A and A+ are all 4 and B-, B and B+ are all 3) makes absolutely no sense to me. In fact, if your Non +/- GPA is LOWER than your regular AADSAS GPA, doesn't that essentially mean you received more B+s and A+s than A-s and B-s? Does it not essentially mean that you received BETTER grades than someone with a similar GPA whose +/- GPA was no different than their regular AADSAS GPA? (ie. they had a balance of +s and -s while you had more +s than -s). And if your Non +/- GPA is higher, it means that you got a lot of A-s and B-s, as opposed to someone who had a lot of A+s and B+s whose GPA drops. How is this measure informative in a logical way? Please someone explain it to me! I must be missing something.