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how to convert 12 point scale to 4 point scale?

Old 06-05-2010 at 04:45 PM   #1
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how to convert 12 point scale to 4 point scale?
If you get a CA of let say 11/12, how do you convert to a 4 point GPA scale?
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Originally Posted by VoyozooT View Post
If you get a CA of let say 11/12, how do you convert to a 4 point GPA scale?

12 - 4.0
11 - 3.9
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Convert each individual grade to the 4.0 scale and then calculate an average. Unfortunately you can't just convert the averages because of the strange way the 4.0 scale is set up.
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