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Navigating 9th grade-transcript/GPA
Transcript of Navigating 9th grade-transcript/GPA
Your transcript is an academic achievement record of all classes taken for High School credit.
All quarter grades, GPA, and class rank are listed on the high school transcript.
Number of credits you attempted and completed
Your transcript is one of the most important documents of your high school career!!!
By the end of this prezi, you will:
Explore your transcripts and it components
Understand GPA and the factors that influence it
Identify some of the traits college admissions officials look for in prospective students
Identify a few support systems
Deuteronomium 18 : 10 - 12
J. K Rowling
2 Korinthe 11: 14
What is a GPA ?
HOW IS GPA
iF YOU GET A D- OR HIGHER IN A CLASS, YOU GET THE CLASS CREDIT
If you get an N in a class, you do not get the class credit
yOUR GPA GETS HIGER THE BETTER YOUR GRADES ARE (Getting A B in a class will result in a higher gpa than getting C)
What are colleges and Universities looking for?
GPA, classes, class rank, course
Sports, activities, groups, community organizations you participate in, voluntering
especially obstacles you've overcome
Opportunities at Central!
What is a Rank?
RANK is your standing in your class based on your GPA
If you have the highest GPA of anyone in your class, your rank would be 1/465
If you have the 302nd Highest GPA in your class, your rank would be...?
Math Labs on Thursdays
Tutoring with Coach Howell and tutors on Tuesday/Thursday after school
Tutoring from teachers after school
Grade Point Average
Evening High School (Gordon Parks for 16+)
Programs for ON-TRACK Juniors and Seniors
A freshman takes 6 classes and 1 Study Hall each quarter for his full freshman year. He passes each class each quarter...
-What is the lowest possible grade he could have gotten in each class?
-How many credits should be on his transcript at the end of the year?
A Sophomore has passed all but 1 class (which she failed Freshman year and made up that summer with a B+). She has not taken any advanced classes, and has a GPA of 3.0. She is interested in programs/classes for her Junior year that will help her prepare for college...
-What programs may be a good fit for her?
A Junior has a GPA of 2.0, and has had some trouble with his science classes throughout high school. He does not plan to go to college, but feels that first he needs to improve his grades and do more to look appealing to college?
-What options does he have to improve his grades?
-What else could he do to look more appealing to colleges?
Measure of performance based on the letter grades you recieve in classes