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Engineering GPA

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To any current or past engineering students:

1)What is your GPA?
2)What year are you in?
3)What is your specialization?
4)Which university are you in?
5)What percent of your capability do you think you are working at?

The first question is the most important one.

Any help is appreciated.
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A photo of threepointonefour threepointonefour
Because you asked, and because I'm happy to tell:


1) 4.0GPA
2)First year. So that's only first semester
3)General first year
4)University of Calgary
5)Probably 95%. I work hard.
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@threepointonefour wrote
Because you asked, and because I'm happy to tell:


1) 4.0GPA
2)First year. So that's only first semester
3)General first year
4)University of Calgary
5)Probably 95%. I work my ass off.





Wow. 4.0. Do you think that being at UCal makes it more feasible to earn that GPA or do you think that it's possible elsewhere (i.e. in schools like Western, McMaster) to get the same GPA?
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A photo of RobDipp RobDipp
1) 3.0
2)First year!
3)CIVIL
4)University of Toronto
5)110% haha
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A photo of jonlensink jonlensink
1) 3.2
2) Third year of five
3) Civil & Management
4) McMaster
5) about 85%
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Wow. 4.0. Do you think that being at UCal makes it more feasible to earn that GPA or do you think that it's possible elsewhere (i.e. in schools like Western, McMaster) to get the same GPA?



Well, let me say it this way: a 4.0 is no easy feat anywhere, but if I am capable of it at U of C, I think I would have a chance at it almost anywhere. It's not like the U of C gives out more As than another university; I would assume that the ratio of students to As is about the same everywhere. The fact is though, places like Waterloo tend to attract students who do better academically, therefore you need to be smarter to be in the top 7% or whatever it is to get an A.

Also, I was no slouch in highschool (97% avg), I got accepted into honours chemical at UW, it just didn't make financial sense when the U of C was offering me $55000 in scholarships. For places like Western and McMaster, I would say I could get a 4.0 there too, if that's not too bold.
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