EE 302 - Unit F - BLF339

EE 302 - Unit F - BLF339 - Brian Fontenot BLF339 EE 302...

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Brian Fontenot – BLF339 EE 302 – Telang 16190 November 4, 2007 Plus/Minus Grading Your GPA is the most important definition of your scholastic ability while in college. The fact that your GPA is a determinant of your future is valid in many ways. The higher your GPA, it can be implied that you will have a better chance at obtaining scholarships to pay for school. The higher your GPA, it can also be implied that you will have better luck finding an internship or having job offers with above average signing bonuses. GPA’s help employers, scholarship committees, and other individuals asses your mental preparedness for life. The Senate of College Councils hosted a forum on Plus/Minus Grading system. The auditorium was divided in to multiple groups with various senators from the UT Senate of College Councils would pose question about the benefits and losses of changing to this new grading system. In my group, I had Nick Metha as the senator leading the discussion. I have heard of a plus/minus grading system but not in the depth that was discussed that night. The current grading system is generally as followed: Average in Class Letter Grade GPA 90+ A 4.0 80+ B 3.0 70+ C 2.0 60+ D 1.0 Anything Lower F 0.0 1 | B r i a n F o n t e n o t – U n i t F – B L F 3 3 9 – E E 3 0 2 – T e l a n g - 1 6 1 9 0
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In a plus/minus grading system, it is as followed: Letter Grade GPA
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