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GPA

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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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According to results, out of 459,275 examinees, 17,580 students passed with GPA 3.6 to 4.0 GPA, which is 3.82 percent of the total students who appeared in the annual exam.
Twenty-four of the 30 players on the roster carried a 3.0 GPA or better in Spring 2019, and six players achieved perfect 4.0 GPAs during the spring: Blake Begner, Grey Epps, Noah Farmer, Addison Fugitt, Mason Hiser and Evan Martin.
The Government Property Agency (GPA) was launched as an Executive Agency of the Cabinet Office on 1 April.
Many honors programs make admissions decisions based on student high school GPA and a standardized test score However, McKay argued that standardized test scores can be a barrier to honors program participation, particularly for minority students.
While many school and federal aid programs require that students maintain a 2.0 GPA, researcher Susan Gershenfeld warns that "waiting until a student hits a 2.0 GPA or lower may be too late.
Offered by HP Software Professional Services, HP GPAS generates security codes that Brady Corporation can download and apply to its customized authentication labels.
For example, Williams and Peguero found that black students-who had 3.5 GPAs in 9th grade and were bullied in 10th grade-experienced a .3 points decrease in their 12th grade GPAs.
Finding: To compare the gains in GPAs from admission to GPA at graduation for the two groups, a gains score was calculated by subtracting the GPA at graduation from students' incoming GPA.
DeAngelis compared use of an atypical, non--cognitive predictor of academic achievement, the Problem Solving Inventory, with the traditional cognitive measures of the American College Testing~J Program (ACT[R]) score and GPA of 28 dental hygiene students.
Olmsted found no significant difference in scores on the national board examination, core curriculum courses, and final grade point averages (GPAs) between the distance and on-campus students.
11 (10/24/06), the Tax Court held that the exercise of a testamentary general power of appointment (GPA) by a decedent in favor of her grandchildren was subject to generation-skipping transfer tax (GSTT).
Contrary to other studies, no statistical evidence was found for a difference in the performance of native and transfer students: both raw GPA and GPA adjusted for precollege variables were statistically indistinguishable between the two groups of students.