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What's the difference between an A- and a B+? Are they the same?

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No

It doesn't matter what course it is. The difference is how many points they each count toward your GPA. A- is 3.7 and B+ is 3.3.

a- is a bit better than b+ - here is an example -https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Academic_g...

No, they are not the same.

very little difference

A "B+" is not quite "A" level work. It's very good, but not up to typical "A" standard. An "A-" is exemplary, but with some notable flaws. It's not poor enough to warrant a "B" level grade, but has enough wrong with it to fall just short of a full "A" or "A+". Determining which grade you receive can be arbitrary on the part of the teacher. He or she may be using their own criteria rather than a set standard to determine if they think you deserve an "A-" or a "B+".