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A matrix used by the Brigham Young University admissions office to assign a reconfigured GPA to students seeking to transfer into the school.  The EGPA combines an applicants college GPA and their ACT score into a since number.  The EGPA Matrix is used in conjunction with the scoring guides found [[Brigham Young University Admissions Process|Here]]
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A matrix used by the Brigham Young University admissions office to assign a reconfigured GPA to students seeking to transfer into the school.  The EGPA combines an applicants college GPA and their ACT score into a single number.  The EGPA Matrix is used in conjunction with the scoring guides found [[Brigham Young University Admissions Process|here]].
  
 
This document was first released to the public by MormonLeaks™ on November 28, 2017.
 
This document was first released to the public by MormonLeaks™ on November 28, 2017.

Latest revision as of 15:00, 28 November 2017

A matrix used by the Brigham Young University admissions office to assign a reconfigured GPA to students seeking to transfer into the school. The EGPA combines an applicants college GPA and their ACT score into a single number. The EGPA Matrix is used in conjunction with the scoring guides found here.

This document was first released to the public by MormonLeaks™ on November 28, 2017.

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Brigham Young University Admissions Process

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