What is the grading scale in Florida?

Grading Scale

Grade Interpretation Grade Point Value
A Excellent (90–100) 4 grade points per semester hour
B+ Very Good (87–89) 3.75 grade points per semester hour
B Good (80–86) 3 grade points per semester hour
C+ High Average (77–79) 2.75 grade points per semester hour

What is a passing grade at UF?

There is no standard grading scale at UF. For general purposes, passing grades are A, B+, B, B-, C+, C, C-, D+, D, D- and S. Failing grades are E and U. However, note that C- is not a passing grade for courses in the major, General Education, or Gordon Rule credit.

How does UF calculate GPA?

To calculate your GPA, type in the number of credit hours earned for a course in the first column. Tab to the second column to type in the letter grade earned. Your grade points will automatically be calculated. Repeat this process for all of your grades.

What does a 1.7 GPA mean?

A 1.7 GPA, or Grade Point Average, is equivalent to a C- letter grade on a 4.0 GPA scale, and a percentage grade of 70–72.

What grade is a 1.75 GPA?

Most Common Tertiary Grading Scale:

Scale Second Scale Description
1.5 – 1.74 91 – 93.99 Very Good
1.75 – 1.99 89 – 90.99 Good
2 – 2.24 86 – 88.99 Very Satisfactory
2.25 – 2.49 83 – 85.99 High Average

Is a 2.6 GPA good in university?

A 2.6 GPA indicates that you’ve been earning mostly B-s in your classes. This is a lower than average GPA, so it will greatly limit your options for college, but you’ll still have a small set of schools where you can expect to be accepted. You can apply to colleges and have a good shot at getting admitted.

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