Hi everyone,

First time posting

..........., so the maximum attainable weighted GPA according to the new calculation would be around 10.35

(six paper at 300 level A+, the rest 14 paper being 200 level A+, basically no 100 level paper taken in to account). Correct me if I am wrong

. So this means that one have to do eight 200 level paper in second year and two 200 level papers each summer school for two years, and six 300 level paper and two 200 level paper in the last year for a three year degree (360 points) OR do any degree for more than three to have enough 200 level (14 papers). In saying all this, how many students would be there for this year (2020) cohort that have maximised their advantage through these method/ways given the change to the scoring was announced and noticed recently? I saw a weighted GPA of 9.4/9.2

in the 2020 offer forum and felt a shock that my 8.3 weighted GPA does not have a chance

if there are many student with similar GPA ( I only took 7 paper in my 1st and 2nd year, and 6 paper this year, so basically the minimum paper to graduate.)