Originally Posted by smallboy
i have 1 qurstion about Cutoff Points for IPTA applications
if i have CPTA of 3.20 n the max cutoff points for the chosen course is 3.00, is it possible i wont be able to get that course?
What do you mean by max cut-off point? As the cut-off point is for last year, it may become higher or lower this year, depending on the number of student who applied for that particular course. 3.20 is higher than 3.0, so of course you stand a good chance of getting that course. However, there is a possibility that you will not get it. Unless your CGPA is way higher than the cut-off point or you got 4.0, there is always a possibility of not getting the course of your choice. Just go for it since your CGPA is higher than the cut-off point. Anyway, that is my opinion lah. I'm not too sure also. Do
correct me if I'm wrong.
Umm.... anybody can help me with this? If student X got 4A-, which means he got a CGPA of 3.67, Y got 1A, 2A-, 1B+ with CGPA of 3.67 also. While Z has 2A and 2B+, also with CGPA of 3.67. Who stand a better chance of getting a course? Does UPU look at CGPA solely or they consider the grades as well