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Unweighted GPA:** 3.7**

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SAT: **720 math**

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Low accuracy (4 of 18 factors)

Hey everyone, I'm trying to figure out my GPA on Temple University's scale. How do I do this? Are there any useful resources or calculators out there that can help me?

4 months ago

Calculating your GPA for Temple University involves using a 4.0 scale, where each letter grade corresponds to a specific number of points. Here's a breakdown of the standard 4.0 scale:

- A: 4.0

- A-: 3.7

- B+: 3.3

- B: 3.0

- B-: 2.7

- C+: 2.3

- C: 2.0

- C-: 1.7

- D+: 1.3

- D: 1.0

- D-: 0.7

- F: 0.0

To calculate your GPA, follow these steps:

1. Convert each of your course grades to the corresponding points using the 4.0 scale mentioned above.

2. Multiply the points for each course by the number of credit hours that the course is worth. This will give you the weighted points for each course.

3. Add up the total weighted points from all your courses.

4. Add up the total number of credit hours from all your courses.

5. Divide the sum of weighted points by the sum of credit hours.

For example, if you took a 3-credit course and got an A and a 4-credit course and got a B:

(4.0 * 3) + (3.0 * 4) = 12 + 12 = 24 (weighted points)

3 + 4 = 7 (total credit hours)

24 / 7 = 3.43 (GPA)

Keep in mind that some schools, including Temple University, might have slightly different grading scales, so you can double-check the specific scale they use on their website or by contacting their Admissions Office.

You can also use a GPA calculator, like the one on CollegeVine's website, to make the process easier. Just input your letter grades and the number of credit hours, and the calculator will do the math for you.

4 months ago

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