Here’s my guidance on when you should put your GPA on your resume:

Before you put your GPA on your resume, ask yourself, "Self, does putting this number on this sheet of paper show why I am a great candidate?" If it does, then put it on there! Be proud of your hard work in undergrad. If you had a high GPA, show it off.

How to put your GPA on your resume? - College Confidential

Yesterday a reader submitted a great question that many students probably wonder about: “Should I put my GPA on my resume?” In the world of internships and entry level jobs, some companies will require this information and some won’t put too much weight on it. It really depends.


How to Put a GPA on a Resume | eHow

Do I Put My GPA on My Resume?

Yesterday a reader submitted a great question that many students probably wonder about: “Should I put my GPA on my resume?” In the world of internships and entry level jobs, some companies will require this information and some won’t put too much weight on it. It really depends.


In short: should you put your GPA on your resume? Do GPAs even matter, or is the degree the only important thing? And perhaps most important: can a bad GPA hurt your chances of getting hired?In short: should you put your GPA on your resume? Do GPAs even matter, or is the degree the only important thing? And perhaps most important: can a bad GPA hurt your chances of getting hired?You’re supposed to put your GPA on your resume. I always thought that would be seen as kind of tacky, but employers want you to lay all your cards on the table (who knew?) and will be impressed by anything above a 3.0. Have a GPA below a 3.0? “Work to get it above a 3.0!” says Carolino. Perhaps easier said than done, but regardless good advice.I neither went to a school near the level of MIT or had anything near a 4.0. Are you talking about your self? Why are you so insist on telling people to put GPA on resume. is it's Pride, maybe. Those people just running a risk of getting their resume throw out.