of Benito Cereno wrote:huckabees wrote:of Benito Cereno wrote:what are the policies for listing grades, gpa, and estimated class rank on our resumes. Many jobs ask for this information to be listed. For example, one government job I want to apply to today asks for "class rank, or if unavailable estimated position."
does cls have any policies in this regard.
If they ask for it to be listed, you might want to list it. However, CLS strongly discourages listing these (except named honors) for EIP.
why do they discourage it?
Because it allows employers to pre-screen. They don't want students walking in with the interviewer pre-biased against them because of their grades.
As for your original question, I would probably but N/A. If you had a full year you could estimate based on median = 3.27, Stone = 3.41 = top 30%, but the distribution after only one semester will be wider and hard to estimate.