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Hey everyone,

I'm looking through the "accepted/waitlisted/decline" forum.. I'm wondering how people calculate their GPA's to get numbers like 3.78, 3.72 etc. 

At my university we are given a gpa as a percentage, and when I use the conversion table to get the ORPAS gpa, it only converts to one decimal (3.7, 3.8, 3.9 etc.). Just wondering if I am missing something, or if those who have the more specific GPAs are given those by their undergrad university. 


Additional question: at UofT they use the last ten full length courses to count towards your GPA, does this mean that is the SubGPA that is used in your application? and you GPA, is you mark for your entire undergrad grades?



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