Student:AndyUniversity of California, IrvineTutor:Alex University of Southern CaliforniaCounseling Subjects: Physics, Computer
The undergraduate comprehensive ranking of Andy’s college is Top30, majoring in mathematics; the G PA is 3.1, and his demand is for graduate students to enter the famous Columbia University. The tutor has made great efforts to analyze the key subjects of mathematics and finance, and prepared additional exercises for students to expand and enhance their thinking. Finally, Andy successfully applied to the favorite Columbia University.
Student:JeremyBrandis UniversityTutor:Alex University of Southern CaliforniaCounseling Subject：Physics, Computer
Jeremy has a complex of famous schools, but the basic skill is very weak, so he go to community colleges to transfer to famous California schools, GPA transfer is particularly fierce competition, when he’s in University of California Irvine, his Junior Professional Course performance is very laborious, tutors for physics and computer courses for professional guidance, so that his final two courses get A and B + excellent results.
Student:MikeFlorida State UniversityTutor:Amy Columbia UniversityCounseling Subject：English
Mike's low self-control ability in American universities leads to unsatisfactory GPA scores and low interest in learning. After our mentor's psychological counseling and GPA academic English counseling, the proposed school club activities. Mike not only steadily improved his grades, but also became interested in English learning and easily integrated into American campus life.
Student:JennyBoston UniversityTutor:Alex University of ChicagoCounseling Subject：Finance
Jenny’s school is excellent, but she has professional learning cognitive confusion, Alex uses his own professional guidance, and helps find her own professional finance specialty, lay a good foundation for the future career development.
Universities and grad schools in the U.S. weighs in the applicant’s GPA significantly when making admissions decisions. All high Schools, Colleges or Graduate Schools require a minimum GPA to graduate. Even employers will review a candidate’s GPA before making an employment decision. A competitive GPA score can also help you get merit-based scholarships and save on tuition expenses. In conclusion, a good GPA looks great on your resume and everything else!