Published Nov 7, 2017
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Science GPA: 3.72 (3.72 points)
General GPA: 4.00 (2.00 points)
TEAS individual: 90.75% (1.814 points)
TEAS reading: 91.5% (1.83 points)
Military: (1 point)
The wait is killing me
Cerritos is strictly lottery. I just turned my application in this week
Interesting, I didn't know that! I'm submitting my application in February after I attend the workshop. Good luck to the both of us!
I thought there was also a waitlist but that is also incorrect info..they just submit all applications and assign random numbers to them..I hate lottery systems but oh well! Good luck to us :)
Hi Guys, I have noticed people who are applying have GPAs of 3.72 in sciences or 3.95 in GE GPA that they're going to use in your score. I'm a transfer student from a local community college and for our grades its only a one letter grade. How can someone get a 3.72 when one B in the sciences and 3 As is only 3.75 in CC and one B in GE GPA and 3 As would be 3.75 = 1.875 or is it because you guys are from Cal State and they have +/- in the letter grade?
Hi! Yes, I'm unsure too that's why I asked earlier if CSULB counts +/-s in their grade calculation. Because for my GE GPA I have three A's and one A- so I calculated it with the minus.
Hey guys. I talked to CSULB and they do not count +/-
Awesome! Thanks so much for letting us know!
Did you talk to CSULB or CSULB SON? Because i was looking at the stats on CSULB SON website and one of the average Science GPA minimum for Spring 2018 was 3.4706. Isnt supposed to be either 3.0, 3.25, 3.75, and 4.0 and same goes for the average GE GPA
I spoke with the representative from CSULB SON.
I'm transferring from a community college as well. I believe that different community colleges give different amount of units for certain classes, that's why our GPAS might be different. Chemistry, Microbiology, and Anatomy were worth 5 units while Physiology was only worth 4 for me.
To build off what the person above me said, you calculate your points by adding up all of the grade points and dividing by the number of credits/units. I.e. if you got a B in a 3 credit class and an A in a 5 credit class it would be (3*3+5*4)/3+5 = 29/8 = 3.63
So yeah, since classes are worth anywhere from 2-5 units they are weighed differently which results in the random decimals. I was confused about this for the longest time!
Hello everyone, just curious to know what every one has for points if you don't mind. I'm at a 9.733.
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