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GPA

abbr.
grade point average

GPA

grade point average.
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Noun1.GPA - a measure of a student's academic achievement at a college or university; calculated by dividing the total number of grade points received by the total number attempted
criterion, standard, touchstone, measure - a basis for comparison; a reference point against which other things can be evaluated; "the schools comply with federal standards"; "they set the measure for all subsequent work"
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Schmid's GPA is the second-highest on the team, following a 3.
Other colleges, however, did not have the technology to create specialized GPA databases just for the Cal Grants, meaning that administrators had to total each one by hand.
This is truly excellent news for Global Property Alliance," said Matthew Purser, executive director of GPA, "Vigers is the only independent property consulting firm in Asia with coverage throughout the region.
Demographic variables that impacted alcohol abuse include gender, age, and GPA.
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According to specialists of the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade, joining the GPA is a positive signal for foreign investors and a proof that Ukraine adopts best practices and gets the support of leading world countries.
GPA ended its partnership with the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply earlier this year in order to expand the business and seize new opportunities in the market.
In the meantime, a GPA statement issued last night read: "The GPA unequivocally supports the introduction of Hawkeye technology to Gaelic games.
In the business studies stream, Mohammed Mahafuz scored the highest GPA of 5 (grade A+), followed by Sumi Akhter with GPA 4.
The GPA followed this up with a hardline statement insisting Tyrone's hurlers are treated as 'second class citizens by their own county board'.
There was an increase in the mean GPA for students in all the categories between grade 6 and grade 12 across the 6 years of data collected.