I am only waiting on one more mark - imaging - but I reasonably expect it to be in the 90s. My GPA for this year will be 3.74.
I am... beside myself. I was not expecting biochem to be that low. I was thinking a 79 was a possibility, but not mid seventies. I just was not expecting it to be that low.
It's amazing how much damage to one's GPA just a couple of Bs can do.
Out of thirty completed courses, I will have achieved less than 4.0 in six of them. *Six* courses below 90 in three years and my cGPA will only be 3.9.
Because of how much damage this year has done.
I am asking my prof about biochem because I honestly do not know for sure how my final mark was arrived at - he was really unclear - and so there may have been errors. I really want to know what I got on the exam and I intend to ask to see it as well. If there are any marks I earned that weren't awarded, I intend to ask. I'm not the sort of student that does that, but if I earned a 77 instead of a 75, that will mean it converts to a 3.3 instead of a 3.0 for that class.
My average this year is going to be in the range of 86.5-87%. Funny how much more drastic GPA makes any inconsistency in marks.
My average last year was 90.1% and I had a GPA of 3.95. I will have an average only 3-4% different this year, but will have a 3.74 GPA for this year because of two Bs.
Do everything you can to avoid earning 70s.