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Hey I'm from U of M too but didn't apply for PT. Just a heads up when applying to UBC since their grading scale is based on percentages the U of M 4.5 scale needs to be converted. So, that being said an A+ = 90, A = 80,B+ = 75, etc. Unfortunately they take the lowest percentage grade in the "A+" range which would be a 90 because they have no way of seeing whether or not a higher grade was obtained. Ultimately the highest grade a U of M student could achieve on this scale would be a 90%. - This is what someone told me so it's been passed down and whether it's actually true I don't know, seems logical though.

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