Hi guys, I'm an American who's looking to returning to work in the States after graduating from the LSE.
So far I have a 2:1 average score, and I was just wondering if I should put that on my resume, post my individual grades, (I did better than a 2:1 in econometrics but worse in micro) or convert my 2:1 to a GPA. Thing is, I looked all over the LSE website and couldn't find a definite equal GPA.
Thanks for any help!
UK Grades to GPA
|British Class||American GPA||Secured Marks Level(%)|
|Upper Second Tier||3.7||65-69|
|Upper Second Tier||3.3||60-64|
|Lower Second Tier||3.0||55-59|
|Lower Second Tier||2.7||50-54|
This table is the standard for The Fulbright Commission. However, that does not mean that this table should be used for reporting on applications or CV's.
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