It's either 3 Cs and 3 Bs which is 2.5 or 2 Cs, 1 D, and 3 Bs which is 2.333
Cs and Bs
A 2.5 would be an average of Bs and Cs. To determine your GPA, let A =4, B = 3, C =2, and D=1. Add up your grades and divide by the number of classes to give you an average (your GPA).
it means that you have grades that average about Cs
He got average grades, Bs and Cs.
If you have a 2.76 GPA (grade point average), you probably have mostly Cs and low Bs in your classes. It's a good idea to try to bring it up to at least 3.0, which could be achieved with mostly Bs.
you need t have As or Bs and at the worst Cs
1 A, 4 Bs, 1 C2 As, 2 Bs, 2 Cs2 As, 3 B, 1 D3 As, 3 Cs3 As, 1 B, 1 C, 1 D3 As, 2 Bs, 1 F4 As, 2 Ds4 As, 1 C, 1 F6 Bs
Well it depends most animal service workers want at least a B maybe they will allow one little C but normally they only allow Bs if your lucky Cs so keep up your grades!'
No not really but sometimes you do derrick rose for an example he got Ds and Cs for his letter grade 2 Bs
Asians get As Bs Cs Ds or Fs just like the rest of the humans.
Your GPA would be 0.75
You can repeat courses you completed for a higher grade. I would look at the lowest grades, then repeat those courses which will raise your GPA. How long this will take depends on how many credits you have already earned. The more credits, the less the higher grade will affect the overall GPA. It will also depend on which grade you obtain in the course you repeat. Evidently, an A will affect the GPA more than a C+ or B. Because you have a 2.0, I must assume you obtained either all Cs, but more likely you have some Ds and possibly one or two Fs. Take the lowest grades first and repeat them for a higher grade.
It better if the same is measured or specified in CS of the box and not BS
high Bs or low to mid size Cs
Cs and Bs are pretty average
Probability of a = number of a/total number = 3/8
The grades A,B,C,D,F are given the numbers 4,3,2,1,0. Thus if you have 4 As in one semester your Grade Point Average (GPA) for that semester would be 4. If you had 2 As and 2 Cs your GPA would be 3. You add up the numerical score of your grades and divide by the number of courses. As a complication, some classes give more "credit" than others, so that you have to give more or less weight to the grade in the course, depending on how many credits the course counts for. For example, a 2-credit course counts for only half as much as a 4-credit course.
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It completely depends on your genetics =) anysize is good. Bs,Cs,Ds are good for bed
The cation of Cs is Cs+ (after loss of an electron).
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Raising your grades can be quite easy. If you are getting poor grade averages in one or more particular classes, talk to your teacher about it to let them know you care and are concerned about your academic performance. Then ask about extra credit. Some to most teachers will consider adding extra credit for students to raise their grades-remember, no teacher WANTS there students to fail. It also looks bad on them. After that calculate how many more tests and homework assignments you have before grades close. If you get a perfect score on these assignments-and if they are enough-you can raise grades from Ds to Cs and Cs to Bs and Bs to As. Try hard! 1. Pay Attention in class 2. Don't be nervous to ask questions on curriculum 3. You're teacher will probably become angry or stressed if you wait until you get a bad grade to ask for extra help 4. Raise your hand if you know the answers 5. Do ALL homework assignments-it's an easy way to boost grades 6. Most teachers score homework on having it in on time-not all correct 7. Make a studying schedule that includes all sports and after school activities so you can have an organized plan of action 8. Check your grades and grade averages often-not just at the end of the year- so you can be on top of everything (it will make you feel more comfortable and in control) 9. Don't stress too much and stay relaxed I wish you luck accomplishing your goal! :)
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