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    I messaged LMU to ask about the type of grades international students who get accepted get.

    They replied with something that l didn't ask for, but l went on their admissions profile it said nothing about A-LEVELS. It just mentioned 3.8 GPA.

    Is there a way to calculate my grades to see what type of GPA l'll get?
    (If that's how you Americans say it)
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    Huh? There is no accurate way to get a GPA from A level grades, the systems are totally different.
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    (Original post by Snufkin)
    Huh? There is no accurate way to get a GPA from A level grades, the systems are totally different.
    So how would they know if my grades are 3.8 GPA?
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    It's to do with how many A*, A, B and so on grades you have. But LMU should take your A-Levels and convert themselves, or submit your grades to them to convert.
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    (Original post by the.chantele)
    So how would they know if my grades are 3.8 GPA?
    I don't know, I don't understand why you're asking this? No university would ask you to convert your GPA into A level grades or vice versa.
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    (Original post by KhaleesiStorm)
    It's to do with how many A*, A, B and so on grades you have. But LMU should take your A-Levels and convert themselves, or submit your grades to them to convert.
    Ahh, okay
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    (Original post by the.chantele)
    Ahh, okay
    If you search up online, most places should just accept your A-Levels, contact the admissions office and they should tell you.
 
 
 
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