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Is 85% average in Canada considered a 4.0 GPA in the US?
Is 85% average in Canada considered a 4.0 GPA in the US?2021-11-27 21:05:03【Mr_鲍】
It is if your school grants you a letter grade based on the percentage. An A is 4.0. So if your school gives you an A for earning more than 85% in that class then you earn 4.0 towards your GPA.
Two things to note:
- one of the posters answered 100% is 4.0. That's simply not true for most institutions. Most schools define a range for the letter grade A, rather than set it at exactly 100%.
- Having an average of 85% doesn't necessarily mean you have a 4.0 GPA. If you have 100% in one class and a 70 in another. You have an 85% average, but schools would not take your overall average percent and then assign a letter grade. They would give 4.0 to the 100% class, and average it with the grade you get in the 70% one, likely a a B-, which is an 2.67. So your GPA in this case is actually only 3.33, not 4.0 despite the 85% average.
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1. Yes: http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-science-schools/computer-science-rankings
2. I would guess 3.7-3.9, but that is purely based on anecdata from people I know. GPA is mostly irrelevant anyway, acceptance is based on what research they think you can do. Past examples of research count significantly more here than a high GPA.
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Thanks for the A2A!
Assuming you mean the validity of your scores, that would be five years. Your GRE scores are valid for five years.
Of course, some universities will ask that you submit scores no older than two years or your most recent score so you will want to double-check on that. But personal requests aside, your GRE scores as given by ETS are supposed to be valid for five years. If you have a particular university in mind, you should ask about that or look it up.
I hope this helps!
With 1470 on the SAT and 4.0 GPA, what universities in the US or Canada can offer me a full scholarship?
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It takes more than good grades and a 1470 SAT score to get a full-ride scholarship in the US. 23 of the top universities and colleges in the US require higher SAT scores. Do you have SAT subject scores? What types of community service have you been doing?
International students are usually advised to arrange their scholarships from their own country where they are a citizen. If you have earned local scholarships this helps to demonstrate your value to your home community.
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Cornelius Vanderbilt Scholarship
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University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame, Indiana)
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Washington University in St. Louis (St. Louis, Missouri)
John B. Ervin Scholars Program
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University of California, Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA)
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University of Southern California (Los Angeles, California)
Mork Family Scholarship
This scholarship gives full tuition plus a $5,000 stipend. Finalists are selected by USC faculty for interviews. The average SAT and ACT scores of recipients are in the top 1-2% of all students nationwide. Other factors considered include academic achievement, talent, perseverance, innovation, involvement, and leadership. A maximum of 10 scholarships are awarded each year. Finalists are notified of scholarship award status by April 1.
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Wake Forest University (Winston-Salem, North Carolina)
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Would an 80% average in Canada be considered a 90% in the American grading system?
You’ve got it all wrong! The American public educational system is ranked very poorly against the rest of the world and Canada is ranked at the top. If you’re looking to compare where a student is at age and grade equivalent, an American would be lower than a Canadian.