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How to Calculate B- and C+ grades, lecture & lab grades

Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by habeshama, May 12, 2008.

  1. habeshama

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    Hi I wanted to know what you all think about my grades. I am feeling a little discourage about my science grades. I am a rising Junior. My overall GPA is 3.364
    I am not sure how to calculate my science GPA.
    Freshman Year: Biology Organisms B-
    Calculus with functions I: B+
    Calculus with functions II: A

    Sophomore Year:
    Chemistry I : C+
    Chemistry lab : B

    Chemistry II: B-
    Chemistry II lab: B
    I know that I need to take Organic chemistry and Physics which is a killer in my school so I will definitely work my best in all of those classes to get good grades in them.

    What are the values of B- and C+? How do you think my chemistry lab grades will be calculated with my lecture grades ( Lecture is 3 credits and lab is 1 credit)?
    Thanks
     
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  3. airsimon

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    According to AADSAS:
    B- = 2.7gpa C+ = 2.3gpa

    Chemistry I:
    Lecture + Lab = (2.3 X 3 hours) + (3.0 X 1 hour) / 4 hours = 2.48 gpa

    Chemistry II:

    Lecture + Lab = (2.7 X 3 hours) + (3.0 X 1 hour) / 4 hours = 2.78 gpa
     

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