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Can I still achieve a 3.8-4.0 having currently a 3.7 my sophomore year?
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I’m in my sophomore year in high school and my school offers dual enrollment at a local public college, as well as AP and AICE classes as well. I’m taking de and aice classes currently and plan on taking more as well as 4-5 ap classes. Is there still a possibility that I can achieve a 3.8-4.0?

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6 months ago

Yes! You still have lots more chances! I do not know what system your school uses, in our school, A is 4.0, B is 3.0, and C is 2.0, but on more traditional scale (Scale by Collegeboard), you would need atleast 93+/A or A+ in all of your classes in the future to bring the score up to your desired GPA, since A is 4.0. But this is just counting only non weighted, if your weighted gpa is good, then you should be fine in high school.

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Unweighted GPA: 3.7
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SAT: 720 math
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