Tag: GPA

4.0 GPA: The Ultimate Guide

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A complete overview of what a 4.0 GPA means for college-bound high schoolers, university students, and job seekers read more

How to Boost Your Second-Semester Grades

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Author, College Admission Expert, and Founder, GATECollegeSystem.com

Want to end the second semester strong? Check out these essential study tips, plus a handy video that will help you become a memorization master. read more

5 Legit Ways to Beef Up Your College Applications

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Founder and President, CollegePrep360; Author

Here we discuss correcting course and adding something substantial to your application, if it's otherwise looking a little barren. read more

3 Interview Strategies for Job Seekers with a Low GPA

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Industrial Engineer, Career Blogger

Is a bad grade hurting your postgrad job search? These three strategies can help when you're asked to explain a low GPA. read more

Why Grades Aren't Everything

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Student, University High School of Tolleson

Do grades really matter? When it comes to college admission, the answer is both yes and no. read more

How important is GPA in the admission process?

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English Tutor, TutorNerds

Yes, it's true that grades are very important in the college admission process--but that doesn't mean you need a perfect GPA to get into college. read more

Your Grades Don't Define You...but They Do Matter

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Student, Advantage Academy

Your grades don't define you...but they do still matter in high school, in your college search, and beyond. This is something many students need to hear. read more

9 College Admission Myths, Busted!

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Student

You've heard a lot about the college search process over the years. Some of it helpful, but some pure malarkey. read more

Second Chances: How a Low Undergraduate GPA Affects Graduate Admissions

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Freelance Writer

So, your undergraduate GPA is...eh. And now you're applying to grad schools with a number that doesn't reflect your drive. What to do? read more

High School Juniors, Remember This

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Editor-in-Chief, Carnegie Communications

Are you a high school junior? Listen up! This one's all about you -- and the hard but rewarding work in your future. read more