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« on: February 27, 2017, 04:14:36 pm »
« edited: May 15, 2019, 10:12:58 pm by Fmr Deputy Speaker Spark498 »

Junior High

Grade 7

ELA- C+
Religion- B-
Math- C-
Earth Science- A
Physical Education- A
Computers- A
Italian- C
Social Studies- A

Grade 8

ELA- A
Religion- B
Math- C-
Earth Science- A
Physical Education- A
Computers- A
Italian- C
Social Studies- A

High School

Freshman, Grade 9

Theology I- A, 94
English I- B, 84
World History I- A-, 91
Algebra I- C+, 78
Physical Science- A-, 90
Honors Spanish I- A+, 96
Technological Communications I- A-, 91
Art History- A, 95

Sophomore, Grade 10

Theology II- A, 94
English II- B+, 89
World History II- A-, 91
Geometry- B+, 86
Biology I- A+, 96
Physical Education- A, 94
Health- A, 95
Honors Spanish II- A+, 98

Junior, Grade 11

Honors Theology III- A-, 93
Honors English III- A+, 98
Modern American History- A+, 96
Honors Chemistry- A-, 92
Algebra II- B-, 80
Personal Finance- A-, 92
Journalism I- A-, 93

Senior, Grade 12

Theology IV- A, 95
A.P. English Lit.- A-, 92
A.P. Govt & Politics- A-, 92
PreCalculus- A, 94
Honors Physics- A, 94
Biology II- A, 94
Honors Spanish III- A+, 100

College - B.A. in Political Science/Public Admin, Minors: Economics, History

Freshman

1st semester

CHM 111: General Chemistry I- C-, 71
CHL 111: Lab- B, 83
FYO 100: First Year Orientation- A, 95
GEO 153: Field Studies in Environmental Science- A, 88
GEL 153: Lab- A-, 90
LIT 150: Intro to Literature- B+, 88
POL 151: Principles of American Government- A-, 91
SPN 201: Intermediate Spanish I- B+, 87

2nd Semester

BIO 210: Cell Bio and Genetics- WF, 50
MTH 120: Calculus I & Analytic Geometry- WP, 66
HIS 155: Themes in American History- B, 85
ENG 110: College Writing I: Persuasion- A, 94
PHL 151: The Human Person - A-, 92

Sophomore

1st semester

ECN 150: Intro Macroeconomics- B+, 89
LIT 250: Topics in Western Lit- A-, 91
HIS 251: Global History from 1500 to the Present- A-, 90
POL 302: American Constitutional Law I- A, 95
POL 260: Political Thought I: Foundations- A, 94
REL 150: Exploring Christianity- B+, 88

2nd semester

COM 150: Presentation Skills - A-, 90
ECN 201: Microeconomics - A, 90
PHL 264: Critical Thinking - A-, 91
REL 220: Modern Catholicism - A, 96
POL 171: Political Analysis - A, 94
SPN 202: Intermediate Spanish II- B, 85

Junior

1st Semester

BUS 101: Financial Accounting- A, 94
CRJ 161: Intro to Criminal Justice- A, 94
ENG 210: College Writing II: Research- A-, 92
POL 240: International Relations- A-, 90
SOC 150: Intro to Sociology- A, 97

2nd Semester

BUS 207: Managerial Accounting - A-
CSC 151: Intro to Computer Science - A-
HIS 200: American History I - A-
HIS 389: Political Economy of Africa - B
POL 301: State & Local Government - A

Senior

1st Semester

ECN 213: Intro Stat: ECN & POL
ECN 441: History of Economic Thought
HIS 333: American Immigrant
POL 460: Internship I
POL 480: Seminar I

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« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2017, 01:36:52 pm »

Sophomore year is going to be tough I know it.
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« Reply #2 on: May 24, 2017, 07:27:52 pm »

Sure, why not.  I still have a copy of my college transcript.


It took twelve semesters to get my BS.  (Both of my majors required 162 credit-hours to graduate.)

FIRST SEMESTER.
ENGL 100 - English Composition 1 - A
ENVD 205 - Graphics 1 - B
ENVD 220 - Theory of Environmental Design 1 - A
ENVD 230 - Drawing and Visual Perception - C
HIST 101 - Rise of Europe - A
MATH 201 - Elementary Applied Mathematics - A

SECOND SEMESTER.
ENGL 120 - English Composition 2 - A
ENVD 206 - Graphics 2 - C
ENVD 222 - Theory of Environmental Design 2 - A
ENVD 231 - Environmental Design Studio 1 - C
HIST 102 - The Modern Era - A
PHYS 115 - Descriptive Physics - A
SPCH 105 - Public Speaking 1A - A

THIRD SEMESTER.
ENVD 224 - Theory of Environmental Design 3 - B
ENVD 232 - Environmental Design Studio 2 - C
ENVD 250 - History of the Designed Environment 1 - A
ENVD 290 - Technology of the Designed Environment - A
ENVD 291 - Technology of the Designed Environment Lab - A
PE 101 - Principles of Physical Fitness - A
SOCIO 211 - Introduction to Sociology - A

Changed majors.

FOURTH SEMESTER.
ARE 020 - Seminar in Architectural Engineering - CREDIT
ART 190 - Drawing 1 - A
CHM 210 - Chemistry 1 - A
CNS 320 - Construction Materials - A
ECON 110 - Principles of Macroeconomics - A
MATH 220 - Analytical Geometry and Calculus 1 - A
NE 385 - Engineering Computational Techniques - A

FIFTH SEMESTER.
ARE 020 - Seminar in Architectural Engineering - CREDIT
ARE 310 - Computer Applications in Architectural Engineering - A
ART 100 - Design 1 - A
CNS 321 - Construction Techniques and Detailing - A
HIST 573 - 20th Century Europe - A
MATH 221 - Analytical Geometry and Calculus 2 - A
PHYS 213 - Engineering Physics 1 - A

SIXTH SEMESTER.
ARE 020 - Seminar in Architectural Engineering - CREDIT
CE 333 - Statics - A
CHM 230 - Chemistry 2 - A
HIST 555 - American Constitutional History - A
MATH 222 - Analytical Geometry and Calculus 3 - A
PHYS 214 - Engineering Physics 2 - A

SEVENTH SEMESTER.
ARE 020 - Seminar in Architectural Engineering - CREDIT
ARE 532 - Lighting Systems Design - A
ARE 537 - Acoustic Systems - A
CE 533 - Mechanics of Materials - A
CE 534 - Mechanics of Materials Lab - A
CNS 325 - Construction Drawings - A
GEOL 100 - Introductory Geology - A
ME 512 - Dynamics - A

EIGHTH SEMESTER.
ARE 020 - Seminar in Architectural Engineering - CREDIT
ARE 534 - Thermal Systems - A
CE 212 - Elementary Surveying Engineering - A
CE 537 - Introduction to Structural Analysis - A
ENGL 415 - Written Communications for Engineers - A
MATH 240 - Elementary Differential Equations - A

NINTH SEMESTER.
ARE 020 - Seminar in Architectural Engineering - CREDIT
ARE 524 - Theory of Structures 2 - A
ARE 640 - Building Mechanical Systems - A
CE 522 - Soil Mechanics 1 - A
EECE 519 - Electrical Circuits and Controls - A
ME 513 - Thermodynamics 1 - A

TENTH SEMESTER.
ANTH 200 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology - A
ARE 020 - Seminar in Architectural Engineering - CREDIT
ARE 411 - Architectural Engineering Design - B
ARE 523 - Timber Structures - B
ARE 528 - Theory of Structures 3 - B
ARE 533 - Building Electrical Systems - B
ME 571 - Fluid Mechanics - A

ELEVENTH SEMESTER.
ARE 020 - Seminar in Architectural Engineering - CREDIT
ARE 536 - Plumbing and Fire Protection Systems - A
ARE 590 - Integrated Building Systems - A
ARE 731 - Advanced Lighting Design - A
EECE 589 - Circuits and Machines Lab - A
ME 560 - Engineering Economics - A
POLSC 325 - U.S. Politics - A

TWELFTH SEMESTER.
ARE 020 - Seminar in Architectural Engineering - CREDIT
ARE 539 - Architectural Engineering Management - A
ARE 690 - Senior Project - A
ARE 735 - Electrical Systems Design - A
ARE 740 - Environmental Control Systems in Buildings - A
ENVD 251 - History of the Designed Environment 2 - A


Looking at Spark's grades reminds me how nice it was to go to a college without pluses and minuses.  It's a lot less stressful going into finals when you can say, "Well, to get a B in the class, I need to get somewhere between 38% and 95% on the final."  Without all those smaller gradations, it generally didn't matter a whole lot how I did on my finals.
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« Reply #3 on: May 24, 2017, 07:40:14 pm »

Christ I don't feel like going back to my transcript for all my college grades and high school would be impossible to find.

These are my grades from this past semester though:

ESCI 107 - The Atmosphere - C
GOVT 215 - The American Presidency - B
ENGL 317 - Editing For Publication - B
ENGL 311 - Advanced Composition - B+
MUSI 263 - Love Songs Through The Ages - A
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« Reply #4 on: May 24, 2017, 08:07:33 pm »

I'm 52 y.o., and the only grades that I can remember getting are the A's I got in high school Chemistry as well as college-level Chemistry.
Those facts are important to me now, as I am seriously thinking about going back to school to get a degree in pharmacology; I think the most appropriate career change for me now is to become a pharmacist.
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« Reply #5 on: May 26, 2017, 03:58:10 am »
« Edited: May 26, 2017, 03:59:53 am by Lok1999 »

From Secondary school:

Year 7
Semester 1: Everything C, except IT, which was B
Semester 2:
History, Art, IT, Japanese: B
Everything else: C

Year 8:
SEM 1: C across the board
SEM 2:
English: C
Math: B+
Science, Arts: C
Technology: B
Japanese: A

Year 9:
SEM 1:
History: B
English: C
Photography: B
Japanese: A
Technology: C
Math: C
Physics: B

SEM 2:
Photography: C
Science: C+ (this would have been an A, but I missed some very important assignments due to being in Japan)
Geography: A
Japanese: A
ICT: B
PE: C
Math: E (Quadratics and Algebra can go die in a f[inks]ing hole)

YEAR 10:

SEM 1:
ICT: C
Japanese: A+
Math: C
PE: A
Science (Chem): A
English: B

SEM 2: (my best semester, in terms of results)
English: A
Math: C+
Economics: A+
Japanese: A+
Physics: A
Legal Studies: B

Year 11 semester 1 report is released mid June

Also, why is it so easy to get an A in the US? It just seems pointless to grade over there.



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« Reply #6 on: May 26, 2017, 11:51:28 pm »

I'm not going there entirely, since I've seen the entire spectrum. I was mostly a B/C High School and Middle School, not too much interesting there. But college, that's when things got crazy.

Highest

A+ (101%)
GER 201, GERMAN III
Junior Year, College (2014)


Lowest


F (59%)
BIO 228, HUMAN ANATOMY
Freshman Year, College (2011)

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« Reply #7 on: May 27, 2017, 02:17:03 am »
« Edited: May 27, 2017, 02:19:49 am by Fremont Assemblyman RFayette »

High school I got all A's.

College has been a mix, from A to B-.  

 My general experience is that CS classes are graded more harshly (with the exception of the first couple of intro courses), stats/math in the middle, and general ed the easiest, especially the economics courses.
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« Reply #8 on: May 15, 2019, 07:37:29 pm »
« Edited: May 15, 2019, 10:14:50 pm by Fmr Deputy Speaker Spark498 »

Junior High

Grade 7

ELA- C+
Religion- B-
Math- C-
Earth Science- A
Physical Education- A
Computers- A
Italian- C
Social Studies- A

Grade 8

ELA- A
Religion- B
Math- C-
Earth Science- A
Physical Education- A
Computers- A
Italian- C
Social Studies- A

High School

Freshman, Grade 9

Theology I- A, 94
English I- B, 84
World History I- A-, 91
Algebra I- C+, 78
Physical Science- A-, 90
Honors Spanish I- A+, 96
Technological Communications I- A-, 91
Art History- A, 95

Sophomore, Grade 10

Theology II- A, 94
English II- B+, 89
World History II- A-, 91
Geometry- B+, 86
Biology I- A+, 96
Physical Education- A, 94
Health- A, 95
Honors Spanish II- A+, 98

Junior, Grade 11

Honors Theology III- A-, 93
Honors English III- A+, 98
Modern American History- A+, 96
Honors Chemistry- A-, 92
Algebra II- B-, 80
Personal Finance- A-, 92
Journalism I- A-, 93

Senior, Grade 12

Theology IV- A, 95
A.P. English Lit.- A-, 92
A.P. Govt & Politics- A-, 92
PreCalculus- A, 94
Honors Physics- A, 94
Biology II- A, 94
Honors Spanish III- A+, 100

College - B.A. in Political Science/Public Admin, Minors: Economics, History

Freshman

1st semester

CHM 111: General Chemistry I- C-, 71
CHL 111: Lab- B, 83
FYO 100: First Year Orientation- A, 95
GEO 153: Field Studies in Environmental Science- A, 88
GEL 153: Lab- A-, 90
LIT 150: Intro to Literature- B+, 88
POL 151: Principles of American Government- A-, 91
SPN 201: Intermediate Spanish I- B+, 87

2nd Semester

BIO 210: Cell Bio and Genetics- WF, 50
MTH 120: Calculus I & Analytic Geometry- WP, 66
HIS 155: Themes in American History- B, 85
ENG 110: College Writing I: Persuasion- A, 94
PHL 151: The Human Person - A-, 92

Sophomore

1st semester

ECN 150: Intro Macroeconomics- B+, 89
LIT 250: Topics in Western Lit- A-, 91
HIS 251: Global History from 1500 to the Present- A-, 90
POL 302: American Constitutional Law I- A, 95
POL 260: Political Thought I: Foundations- A, 94
REL 150: Exploring Christianity- B+, 88

2nd semester

COM 150: Presentation Skills - A-, 90
ECN 201: Microeconomics - A, 90
PHL 264: Critical Thinking - A-, 91
REL 220: Modern Catholicism - A, 96
POL 171: Political Analysis - A, 94
SPN 202: Intermediate Spanish II- B, 85

Junior

1st Semester

BUS 101: Financial Accounting- A, 94
CRJ 161: Intro to Criminal Justice- A, 94
ENG 210: College Writing II: Research- A-, 92
POL 240: International Relations- A-, 90
SOC 150: Principles of Sociology- A, 97

2nd Semester

BUS 207: Managerial Accounting - A-, 89
CSC 151: Intro Comp Sci - A-, 92
HIS 200: American History I - A-, 92
HIS 389: Political Economy of Africa - B, 85
POL 301: State & Local Government - A, 93

Senior

Summer Session

HIS 250: Global Hist to 1500
EDC 503: Cognitive, Emotional, and Social Development

1st Semester

ECN 213: Intro Stat: ECN & POL
ECN 441: History of Economic Thought
HIS 333: American Immigrant
POL 460: Internship I
POL 480: Seminar I



Bump & updated after the conclusion of my Junior year.
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« Reply #9 on: May 15, 2019, 09:50:04 pm »

Don't know my middle school and high school grades off hand because I'm not a maniac

Intro to Philosophy: A
Making Sense of the 2016 Election: A
Asian Civ: A
Human Origins of Global Society: B+
Global Climate Change: A-
Contemporary Moral Problems: A
Historic Writing: A-
Second World War: A-
Civil Rights in America: A
Climate Change: B
Geology Lab: B+
Symbolic Logic: A
Philosophy of Language: B
History of Brazil: A
Indian Image on Film: A
Paralegal Principles and Procedures: A
Ethics: A
Buddhist Philosophy:  A
Death in America: Probably an A-, unless I did really well on my final yesterday
Oral History: A
Cases in Civil Liberties: A
Legal Research and Writing: A
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« Reply #10 on: May 15, 2019, 10:45:59 pm »

I got all As in middle school; not a very interesting transcript.

9th grade:
English - A
Orchestra - A
Spanish III - A
Algebra 2/Trig - A
Biology - A
PE (lol) - A
AP World History - A and 5 on Exam

10th grade:
AP US Government - A and 5 on Exam
English 10 - A
PE - A
Chemistry - A
IB Math SL/Precalculus - A
Engineering II - A
Spanish IV - A

11th grade (thus far):
IB Math SL/AP Calculus BC - A
IB Spanish HL - A
IB History of Americas HL - A
AP Physics I - A
IB Design Tech SL - A
IB English HL - A
IB Geography SL - A

Hope to keep up the success!
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« Reply #11 on: May 16, 2019, 01:46:09 am »

I don't remember high school that well, so I won't bother listing.

Off the top of my head though

Multivariable Calculus: A
Differential Equations: A
Linear Algebra: A
Advanced Classical Mechanics: A
Electricity&Magnetism: A
Introduction to Political Science: D (i, uh, tried to do a little something something with the female prof to boost my grade but it barely worked)

too lazy to list the rest
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« Reply #12 on: May 16, 2019, 06:17:10 am »
« Edited: May 16, 2019, 06:31:11 am by tack50 »

Great idea! For middle/high school I can only remember my average grade starting in year 10, but not the final one. For the record, a passing grade here is a 5/10

"Middle/high school"

Year 10: 8.8/10
Year 11: 9.7/10
Year 12: 10/10

Yes, our grades did get quite inflated at my school, as the last 2 years are the only ones that count for university access.

University (Engineering).

All subjects passed first try (no need for the July repeats)

Year 1

Algebra: 6.5
Calculus I: 6.5
Physics: 8.9
Graphic Expression and Representation Systems: 7.1
Applied Geology: 9.0

Calculus II: 6.0
Physics II: 9.0
Computers and Programming: 9.8
Business Organization and Administration: 8.5
Technical English: 8.4

Year 2

Statistical methods in engineering: 8.5
Hydraulics and Hydrology: 7.0
Electrical Engineering: 7.1
Mechanics: 7.1
Topography: 8.0

Materials Resistence: 5.2
Science and Technology of materials: 8.6
Geotechnic and foundations: 8.6
Construction Technology I: 6.4

Year 3 (so far)

Theory of Structures: 10
Construction projects and handling: 5.5
Railroads: 7.5
Roads: 7.6

Pending:

Urban and transportation services
Transportation engineering
Roads II & Airports
Concrete and metallic structures

My current average is around 7.6, which is extremely high actually.

Best grades in college so far are Theory of Structures (extremely inflated considering I left 25% of the test blank lol) and Programming (extremely easy subject, made me wonder if I should have gone with computer science instead lol)

Closest calls to failure are Construction Projects (I found it quite hard, no idea why; though the teacher was one of the "easy to pass the class, hard to get a good grade" kind) and Resistence of Materials (Arguably the hardest subject in the entire degree; I was actually convinced I would fail, the test was surprisingly easy for the subject and even then I only got a bare pass. And thankfully as that class got a new teacher this year and it's now a lot harder)

A handful of others were close calls as well but I got a grade much higher than a bare pass, like the Graphic Representation one, where I actually got good grades in 2/3 tests but failed the last one (you were supposed to pass all 3). In the end I managed to convince the teacher to pass me.

I might not be so lucky this time though, as I expect to get my first failed class in my lifetime this semester, with Concrete and metallic structures. It's not 100% certain, but still very very likely. I will get it in the June/July retry though, so I won't have to retake the class

Also, apparently while here I am one of the best students in my degree probably; by Atlas standards I would be average at best and a bad student at worst lol
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« Reply #13 on: May 16, 2019, 06:24:39 am »

I'm not going there entirely, since I've seen the entire spectrum. I was mostly a B/C High School and Middle School, not too much interesting there. But college, that's when things got crazy.

Highest

A+ (101%)
GER 201, GERMAN III
Junior Year, College (2014)


Lowest


F (59%)
BIO 228, HUMAN ANATOMY
Freshman Year, College (2011)


So, uh, how exactly do you get a greater than 100% grade?

Also, is 59% really a failing grade in the US??? Oof
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« Reply #14 on: May 16, 2019, 09:17:21 am »

Lol, y'all blow me outta the water!

High School: 2.9

College: 3.0 (3.33 GPA in my major)

I remember being kinda jaded when I got to college and realized that my high school must have been considerably more difficult than some of these puff schools kids were coming from with their 4.33 GPAs, haha.  Didn't help that I took a lot of AP classes (which was awesome, come college!).
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« Reply #15 on: May 16, 2019, 09:40:57 am »

Just doing last semester, overall I have a 3.7 - 3.8 gpa.

OCNG 251 Oceanography- B
POLS 231 Introduction to World Politics- B
POLS 233 Politics and Policy in the United States- B
ENGL 310 History of the English Language- A
KINE 223 Badminton- A
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« Reply #16 on: May 16, 2019, 09:55:58 am »

Ended my physics class with a 92.
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« Reply #17 on: May 16, 2019, 10:57:31 am »

Too embarrassed to post them.
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« Reply #18 on: May 16, 2019, 02:46:44 pm »

I was a A/B student in middle school, before getting all As in high school to this point (good for a 4.33 weighted GPA).

9th Grade
AP Calc AB
AP Music Theory
Lit + Comp 9/10
Social Studies 9
French I
STEM Chemistry
Engineering Intro

10th Grade (current)
AP Calc BC
AP Lang
APUSH
AP Physics I
French II
Choir
PE I (first semester) / Team Sports (this semester)

11th Grade
AP Gov
AP Lit
AP Bio
French III
Choir (unless I get mad at the teacher and drop it)
Criminal Law / Instrumental Music Studio (I think)
Linear Algebra at a different school (I think)

As of right now, I have a B in choir though (lol) and my second worst class is French II. For some reason.
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« Reply #19 on: May 16, 2019, 02:48:45 pm »
« Edited: May 16, 2019, 07:17:19 pm by Arch »

Graduated Magna Cum Laude with departmental honors for my BA. My MA GPA was 3.92/4.00, and my PhD GPA ended at 3.94/4.00 (currently ABD).
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« Reply #20 on: May 16, 2019, 03:30:29 pm »

I don't need Atlas doing #analysis on how much Wulfric knows about x, so I'll just release the main figures:

High School:

GPA: Approx 3.6
Rank: Approx 148 of 543

College:

Major GPA (POL S): 3.39
Overall GPA: 2.79
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« Reply #21 on: May 16, 2019, 05:15:26 pm »

I'm not going there entirely, since I've seen the entire spectrum. I was mostly a B/C High School and Middle School, not too much interesting there. But college, that's when things got crazy.

Highest

A+ (101%)
GER 201, GERMAN III
Junior Year, College (2014)


Lowest


F (59%)
BIO 228, HUMAN ANATOMY
Freshman Year, College (2011)


So, uh, how exactly do you get a greater than 100% grade?

Also, is 59% really a failing grade in the US??? Oof

Yes Generally its like this


60%-69%: D
70%-79%: C
80%-89%: B
90%+ : A


The + and - to your grade varies between universities but this type of grade scale is what is normal.

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« Reply #22 on: May 16, 2019, 06:35:14 pm »

I was a A/B student in middle school, before getting all As in high school to this point (good for a 4.33 weighted GPA).

9th Grade
AP Calc AB
AP Music Theory
Lit + Comp 9/10
Social Studies 9
French I
STEM Chemistry
Engineering Intro

10th Grade (current)
AP Calc BC
AP Lang
APUSH
AP Physics I
French II
Choir
PE I (first semester) / Team Sports (this semester)

11th Grade
AP Gov
AP Lit
AP Bio
French III
Choir (unless I get mad at the teacher and drop it)
Criminal Law / Instrumental Music Studio (I think)
Linear Algebra at a different school (I think)

As of right now, I have a B in choir though (lol) and my second worst class is French II. For some reason.

Dude. You are a genius.
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« Reply #23 on: May 16, 2019, 06:39:50 pm »
« Edited: May 16, 2019, 06:44:33 pm by gracile »

Well, this thread made me feel stupid.
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« Reply #24 on: May 16, 2019, 07:04:58 pm »

I don't remember high school that well, so I won't bother listing.

Off the top of my head though

Multivariable Calculus: A
Differential Equations: A
Linear Algebra: A
Advanced Classical Mechanics: A
Electricity&Magnetism: A
Introduction to Political Science: D (i, uh, tried to do a little something something with the female prof to boost my grade but it barely worked)

too lazy to list the rest

oops I actually got a B with poli sci, I just made a freudian slip with the other letter I put in there lol
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