questionswhat is (or was) your g.p.a. (grade point averageā€¦

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I averaged around 3.8 through all of high school and college.

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In college, I had a 4.0 in my major (Computer Science) and a 3.4 overall.

High school, I think I finished with an 85 average... not sure how that converts to a GPA.

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4.0 through college. This was a time when there was only a 4.0 scale.

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3.55 because I decided I could not write a final paper in US History and still get a B.
Not so much.
Also, I got a D in Statistics. I have never before in my life worked so hard for a grade. I totally failed that class, too.. the instructor definitely gave me a pity D.

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Not sure what my major GPA was, but my overall GPA was 3.51.

My freshman year I started with a 3.36 and then dropped to 2.77. Of course I went up from there though.

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The last GPA I had was in high school 32 years ago. I had a 4.0 but was co-salutatorian with 3 others and the co-valedictorians had a 4.something. I didn't take the "weighted" classes after 10th grade.

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I had a 3.48 in undergrad, probably something like a 3.7 in high school, and after a semester, a 4.0 in grad school that I hope to hold onto for the next 1.5 years of classes.

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Around a 3.8 in high school, 3.6-3.7 in college. My high school was pretty competitive. I might have had a 3.8 cumulative, but my rank was somewhere in the 40s.

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Wow.. I guess I've been doing terribly. :/

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3.9something in high school (4.0 scale, no weighting for AP classes). I was one of the valedictorians that year. Valedictorian and salutatorian were based solely on GPA at my high school. We had two of each, which was actually kinda fun since I'd gone to kindergarten with two of the other honorees and knew the other since about 5th grade.

3.875 in college.

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2.88 in high school and in college, I've been stepping up and doing more work, so now I'm at a 3.25 for college.

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3.9 in high school GPA, 32 ACT Composite (we didn't do SAT) grad year 1997. Found the tanning booth and friends (previously a loner) - skipped out on the music (flute) and academic scholarships, went to Community College for a while but found myself bored out of my mind. Work three (1 FT Office and 2 PT bartending) jobs now. Make good money but still bored out of my mind. Back in school but can't stay focused (psychology, computer science, international business(!)) KIDS -- STAY IN SCHOOL!!!!

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2.64 as an undergrad with no loans and 3.8 in grad school with $30K in loans. For an extra $50K, I'd be able to get a 4.0 and a PhD.

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@joshobra: Once you're in the job market for a while, it matters very little. I had a 2.6 in college (work and lots of student activities) but I haven't been asked about GPA since about 2 years after I got done.

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HS - 3.83
I don't remember college. I don't remember my GPA either.

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4.4 i high school (some AP classes available). 3.8 in undergrad. @sskarstad is right - no one seems to care about your GPA after you're out in the work world for a few years. I had a National Merit Scholarship and have a Phi Beta Kappa pin in my jewelry box, but I work for a COO with less than one year of college who can't seem to remember that a sentence requires both a subject and a verb, doesn't know how to use Excel, and prints all of his emails to have his secretary file them because he doesn't understand how to create a folder in Outlook. (sigh) I guess I should have studied how to suck up, play politics, and marry the boss' kid, instead.

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Miraculously I graduated high school with a 3.2, proof you don't need to do half of your assigned papers to succeed in high school, haha. Right now I have a 4.0, mostly because I'm a part-time student at a community college and am only working on my prereqs.

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High School: 2.30

College: 3.50

It seems I took my education a bit more seriously after I started shelling out my own money for it....

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High school: 2.02

College (Current): 3.85

Only did tests and research papers in high school - it's a good thing that college is pretty much only tests and research papers.

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In high school I had a 3.2ish... don't remember the actual GPA, but my Senior year I had a 4.0.

I graduated college with honors, Magna Cum Luade (a 3.77).

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It's been awhile, but...

College 3.98 (4.0 in my major)
Grad school 4.0

Yes I'm a nerd. But I also worked my ass off.

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high school - 82 average
college 3.34
grad school - 3.63

Didn't go to a very good grad school honestly....kinda feel like it was a waste of money at this point.

I've never worked very hard, just kinda done as much as I needed to to get a B

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Currently at a 3.53 (in my junior year of college) but with 2 4.0 semesters under my belt once I realized what working is. =P

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High school: 3.1 (3.7 weighted)
UF (two semesters): 2.6
Cornell (last fall, first semester): 2.9
This semester I am doing a little better. Signed up for a bunch of easy classes

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@defragmeout: I got a D in statistics, too! high five

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I have a 2.8 right now, but it's ok because I do alot of drugs and I'm passing so who cares?

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4.0 in HS and a 3.75 in college thanks to the @#@%$! statistics class. And I have to agree, after the interview, it didn't matter. Having the degree was much more important.

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Well right now all I can use is the first semester of my freshman year (of high school) :D
And I got a 3.83 last semester. We are half way through the second semester now and I'm doing better than last semester so we shall see.

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High School was a mid to high 3.something - Honestly can't remember.

Freshman year killed me, my first semester was a 2.02. But I was able to eventually pull it up to a 3.2. For engineering, I'm okay with that.

It was enough to get me a scholarship, and now get me into a selective masters program through work. I'm looking forward to not screwing around this time through school, now that I'm a bit more mature and ready/willing to learn.

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High School was 3.89. Now why I can remember that and not what happened last week is a mystery to me.