What is 92 on a 4.0 scale?
How to Convert Your GPA to a 4.0 Scale
|Letter Grade||Percent Grade||4.0 Scale|
Can I get into UF with a 3.5 GPA?
Applicants who are admitted typically have at least (and usually higher than) a 3.7 High School GPA. Generally, we are looking for applicants with over a 3.0 High School GPA and over a 3.0 College GPA.
How do I submit SSAR to UF?
You must submit your application for admission before you will be able to check your status and link your SSAR to the application. To link your SSAR to your UF application: Click the Check Application Status button. From the Application Status page, you will click on the SSAR link to link your SSAR to your application.
What is a 3.7 GPA in UK?
How to convert UK Grades to 4.0 GPA Scale
|UK module marks||UK degree classification||GPA|
|70+||First class honours||4.0|
|65-69||Upper-second class honours||3.7|
|60-64||Upper-second class honours||3.3|
|55-59||Lower-second class honours||3.0|
How do I link SSAR to common app?
To link your SSAR to your application, you need to access the “Check your Status” page. Once logged in, students can see everything we have on file for their application including the SSAR and test scores. There will also be a gray button that provides a hyperlink that allows you to link your SSAR to your application.
What is SSAR?
SSAR is a self-reported student academic record that lists all courses and associated grades that have been attempted, or will be attempted, for high school and/or college credit. Since accuracy is critical, you must have a copy of your high school transcript available to use as a reference when you create your SSAR.
Is 65 percent a good grade?
This is an above-average score, between 80% and 89% C – this is a grade that rests right in the middle. C is anywhere between 70% and 79% D – this is still a passing grade, and it’s between 59% and 69%
What is a 2.2 grade?
Lower Second-Class Honours (50-60%): a 2.2 or two-two is the lower level of the second class degree. Third-Class Honours (40-50%): known as a ‘third’ or 3rd, this degree is the lowest honours degree achievable.