3.6 gpa for gmu?

gmu asked for my mid year grades, my semester 1 finished today. i got two a’s and three b’s, two B+ and one B. I’m not taking any AP’s.. If i calculate this, it is a 3.6, will this be good enough for george mason?

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  • 3 weeks ago

    I'm not sure how you get a 3.6 out of two As, two B+s, and a B. I'm getting more of a 3.5.

    Anyway, all they're doing is adding this semester to your freshman, sophomore and junior year grades. This semester means nothing on its own (except to show if you slacked off your senior year or not). 

    GMU has about an 80% admission rate; I wouldn't be too concerned.

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  • 3 weeks ago

    Did you google-search for statistics on previously admitted students to check average GPA & test scores, etc? Do so! GPA alone is not enough to predict any chances.

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