Join SDN on December 7th at 6:00 PM Eastern as we host Andrew Paulson of StudentLoanAdvice.com for an AMA webinar. He'll be answering your questions about how to best manage your student loans. Register now!
I'm guessing, and I'm going out on a limb here, that it would be weighted at a 3.6. That sounds like standard GPA range to me they just aren't giving you letters.
Of course I might be totally wrong as I don't really know. That's just what it looks like from here.
What if your school does a numerical grading system, so a grade in the range of .7 - 4.0 is possible. How would a 3.6 be weighted by AMCAS?
ouch, I'd hate to get a B+ for a 92Yes, I think it is kind of arbitrary and inefficient. I think the A, B+, B, C+ system seems a lot better (at least they're normally distributed increments). So if it's A (100 to 92.5), B+ (92.4 to 87.5), B (87.4 to 82.5), C+ (82.4 to 77.5), etc. that would make sense (0.5 GPA for every 5%). If not, then the 3.5 for B+'s are pretty wack too.