What is ag subject requirements?
To meet minimum admission requirements, you must complete 15 yearlong high school courses with a letter grade of C or better — at least 11 of them prior to your last year of high school.
Do colleges look at 9th grade GPA?
To put it bluntly, yes, colleges do look at freshman year grades on your college application.
What is a UC CSU GPA?
The GPAs you use to apply for private, non-UC/CSU schools are different from the UC/CSU GPAs. Although UC/CSU reports the GPA’s from 10-12th grade, they only take your 10th and 11th grade marks (CSU considers 12th grade marks as well). UC/CSU only takes A-G courses to calculate your GPA.
What is the minimum GPA to apply to a CSU?
SAT/ACT test scores aren’t required to establish the admission eligibility of California residents with a high school grade point average (GPA) of 3.00 or above (nonresidents must have a GPA of 3.61 or above).
What is the highest UC GPA?
If you consider the GPA calculations for students who take five a-g courses each semester, the maximum capped UC GPA would be 4.4 (ironically, if you take more courses, even if you get A’s in all of them, your capped UC GPA would be lower.
Is a 3.7 GPA good for UCLA?
The average high school GPA for admitted students at UCLA is 3.89 on a 4.0 scale. (You can calculate your high school a GPA here.) This is a very competitive GPA, and UCLA is clearly accepting students at the top of their high school class.
What GPA is needed for Harvard?