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  1. #1

    How to get GPA?

    Iba kasi ang grading system dito sa Pinas, so paano kunin ang GPA?

  2. #2
    Hmm.. Hindi ko totally naintindihan yung tanong mo pero anyways...
    Sa U.P., 1.0 ay ang highest grade attainable, 5.0 is failing, 3.0 is passing, and 4.0 is conditional failure. The grade's percentage equivalent depends on the department or the subject, for example, 50% is the passing (3.0) for chemistry subjects while 60% is the passing for biology subjects. Something like that. To compute for General Weighted Average (the U.P. equivalent of the GPA) for a semester, take for example, the students gets a 1.25 in Subj A (3 units), 1.75 in Subj B (5 units), and 3.00 in Subj C (4 units). The semestral GWA will be = 1.25*3+1.75*5+3.00*4. You do the math. For the cumulative GWA, you do the same but for all the subjects taken from your first semester up til your current one. If you want to know the equivalent in U.S. grading scheme, you can compare it to an article in Wikipedia.

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