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    Sorry this is kinda a dumb question, but I'm American looking to study in England. Let's say I had a C or like a 75% in a class, since the grading scales are different, would UK universities see that as an A?
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    Not sure if you're talking about university or school grades. If you mean school grades then no, a US C is not equivalent to a UK A. But UK universities won't be interested in grades your teacher gives you, they only care about standardised tests.

    UK universities do not use letter grades. Here is a rough grade conversion guide: http://www.fulbright.org.uk/pre-depa...cademics/marks

 
 
 
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