What is a 3.5 Gpa?


A 3.5 GPA (grade point average) is a grading system used in tertiary institutions in some countries whose value in percentile range is 90 and in letter grade is A. GPA refers to the student's grade in single term while a CGPA Cumulative Grade Point Average refers to their overall grade for the whole academic time.
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3.5 grade point average (GPA) is equivalent to is an average letter grade that falls somewhere between a A- and B +. You can calculate the average by coverting letters to numbers with this conversion chart: A=4 grade points; B=3 grade points; C=2 grade points; D=1 grade point; WF/F=0 grade points. If credit hours come into play, you have to multiple each grade by the number of credit hours, add those up, and then divide the total by the number of total credit hours.
A GPA of 3.5 is a very good GPA. If you have a 3.5 GPA then that means that you average a B in your classes and that is something to be proud of because that is a good achievement.
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