Can retroactive CC help UGPA?

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sparkytrainer
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Can retroactive CC help UGPA?

Postby sparkytrainer » Sat Feb 14, 2015 9:39 am

So basically lets say I have graduated from my undergraduate and even as a graduate student. Could undergraduate community college classes, say in a foreign language for example, retroactively help my UPGA? I know my graduate GPA doesn't mean anything so even just a .1 boost to my UGPA would help a lot.

Has anyone ever done this? I want to point out the extra benefit would be more classroom time in say a foreign language I would like to learn.

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Re: Can retroactive CC help UGPA?

Postby jetsfan1 » Sat Feb 14, 2015 9:43 am

sparkytrainer wrote:So basically lets say I have graduated from my undergraduate and even as a graduate student. Could undergraduate community college classes, say in a foreign language for example, retroactively help my UPGA? I know my graduate GPA doesn't mean anything so even just a .1 boost to my UGPA would help a lot.

Has anyone ever done this? I want to point out the extra benefit would be more classroom time in say a foreign language I would like to learn.


Nope. Sorry, but your UG GPA locks in once you get your first UG degree.

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Re: Can retroactive CC help UGPA?

Postby sparkytrainer » Sat Feb 14, 2015 9:46 am

jetsfan1 wrote:
sparkytrainer wrote:So basically lets say I have graduated from my undergraduate and even as a graduate student. Could undergraduate community college classes, say in a foreign language for example, retroactively help my UPGA? I know my graduate GPA doesn't mean anything so even just a .1 boost to my UGPA would help a lot.

Has anyone ever done this? I want to point out the extra benefit would be more classroom time in say a foreign language I would like to learn.


Nope. Sorry, but your UG GPA locks in once you get your first UG degree.


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