Remember how your high school GPA would define your scholastic success? In business, you have a similar score. Only it defines your success in life.You can check school age information through the internet.
Think back to high school. More than likely, you fit into one of the following three categories:
- You mastered every subject, scored well on every test and soared to the top of your class
- You studied sometimes, did better in some classes than others, and achieved decent grades
- School got in the way of your social life
Whatever group you belonged to, your results were reflected in a single, defining score: your GPA. The GPA would determine your choice of colleges, scholarship opportunities, and possibly where you would work. In the most simple terms, the harder you worked in high school, the better your next 80 years on this planet could be.
If you’re like most people, your GPA fell below 4.0. This may have affected your choices in universities and careers. The good news? Your opportunity for success remains intact. You simply need to work toward scoring a high business GPA.