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a year ago
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Can I get my Cummulative GPA to a 4?
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I have taken only honors and college courses throughout my highschool year from 9-10th grade, with the exception of 2 normal classes for electives. This year, my junior year, I have gotten all A's and 1 B+ in my semester grade. My current cumulative grade score is a 3.857. Is it possible to bring it to a 3.9 or a 4.0 before the end of my 1st semester senior year? I will be taking all college courses next year as well. College = 6.0 Honors = 5.0

11th-grade
11AP
3.8
2024
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a year ago

It is definitely possible to raise your GPA to the high 3.9 range. A 3.92, for example, will also serve you well in the college admissions process. It will be viewed nearly identically to a 4.0. Hope this helps!

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