Are grades in high school such as B- and B+ still count as a 3.0 GPA??

Question:My mom says that B+ is a higher GPA than B-, but my friends and THEIR moms say that B- and B+ are BOTH 3.0's does not matter on the - or + but by the letter B- and B+ is always a 3.0, and C-/C+ is always a 2.0, etc

Yes. In high school B- and B+ are the same thing. Only in college does minuses and pluses matter. A B- in high school only means that you managed to pull your grade up from a C in time. A B+ means that you were close to an A. Other than that they both count as a 3.0.
Well, that would depend on your school. Ask your school counselor or an older student there.

This article contents is post by this website user, doesn't promise its accuracy.

More Questions & Answers...
  • Can someone please give exaples of "false flag operations" and how they relate to 9/11?
  • Who to contact in Los Angeles area to present motivational workshops?
  • Duped by EBay seller? What should I do?
  • What is the difference between a Vachelor of science degree an dbachelor of arts degree?
  • How much of a backround check does the air force do?
  • Where would i find night school offering math and english in the brampton area?
  • What is the importance of patriotic songs??????
  • Can a teacher lock out a student for being 1 second late to class?
  • Copyright 2006-2009 All Rights Reserved.