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depends on where you get you education; in some european countries, students getting a (~2-3)/5 are more knowledgable in practical applications, than a lot of students in USA getting 3-4/4 GPA

High GPA mostly means you attended every class and passed every test, it doesn't imply you have practical knowledge of a subject, only that you probably do

Similarly HALF gpa means you skipped lots of classes, or you failed stuff that doesn't interest you

And businesses know this, so I doubt they'll judge you on GPA (one single number) alone , they'll probably ask for your transcript

In some professions , where they use their employees credentials as advertisement, they might care about GPA, but IT usually isn't like that (or so I've heard)

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