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Can anyone help me convert my Alevel grades to GPA for a rough estimate?

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    I am applying with the following scoresMy scores are:___Physics (B) - 78% ____Maths (B) - 73%___General Paper (a) - 82%_______Does this give me a GPA of 3.5 atleast?_________ Is G.P included in GPA calculation?_____________This would really help a lot of friends.________________________ ________________________________ ________________________________ ____ P.S I have Computer Science exams left so, I'm applying under condition.
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    (Original post by TomVercitti)
    I am applying with the following scoresMy scores are:___Physics (B) - 78% ____Maths (B) - 73%___General Paper (a) - 82%_______Does this give me a GPA of 3.5 atleast?_________ Is G.P included in GPA calculation?_____________This would really help a lot of friends.________________________ ________________________________ ________________________________ ____ P.S I have Computer Science exams left so, I'm applying under condition.
    There is no conversion. It you're applying to a foreign country, just list your grades and they'll interpret them themselves.
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    (Original post by TomVercitti)
    I am applying with the following scoresMy scores are:___Physics (B) - 78% ____Maths (B) - 73%___General Paper (a) - 82%_______Does this give me a GPA of 3.5 atleast?_________ Is G.P included in GPA calculation?_____________This would really help a lot of friends.________________________ ________________________________ ________________________________ ____ P.S I have Computer Science exams left so, I'm applying under condition.
    Hi,

    As GradeA said, there's typically no conversion. A general rule of thumb is to compare grades like-for-like, a B average will be around a 3.0, an A average can be around a 3.7. A 3.5 is more around the A- mark. However, since there's no standard for converting, this is dependent and you'll likely just list your results as is.

    Hope this helps,

    Scott
    Undergraduate Rep
    School of Engineering
 
 
 
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