Jul 27, 2018 - 09:38 PM
Of course, the easiest way to know if you should include your GPA is if the potential employer asks for it specifically. Otherwise, you should only include information about your grades if you are a current student or recent graduate. Even in these situations, most experts recommend leaving your GPA out unless it's at least a 3.0. When in doubt, it's better to leave your GPA off your resume.
You can create a strong resume education section without including GPA information. Most employers only care about your degrees anyway. List the name of your degree, the conferring institution, and the graduation date. If you have more than one degree, organize your list with the most advanced degree at the top. Continue in reverse chronological order, and leave out high school information unless it's your only education.