What Is a C Average GPA?

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A C Average GPA is a mean grade calculated from the marks attained in a certain examined course. A GPA of 2.00 points is considered fair by many institutions and is also referred to as a C average GPA, which is calculated by adding all the course grades' equivalents, and then dividing the total by the number of grades and finally, rounding the figure to 2 decimal places.
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As far as I know, Stanford itself has not published an average undergraduate GPA, although they do make it clear that there is no minimum undergraduate GPA that is required for admission
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The mean GPA for freshman entering fall of 2009 was 4.19. The mean transfer
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Not sure, but The industry standard for undergraduate institutions is a minimum
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