Which GPA gets reported for rankings?

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Steppinchoi
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Which GPA gets reported for rankings?

Postby Steppinchoi » Mon Oct 25, 2010 9:45 am

My first post-secondary degree was a first professional doctorate and so LSAC cannot list a "Degree (Summary) GPA". My academic summary report only lists a cumulative GPA... Anyone know if this will put me at any sort of disadvantage when talking about "the numbers game"? Is the cumulative GPA the one that law schools report for rankings?

tourdeforcex
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Re: Which GPA gets reported for rankings?

Postby tourdeforcex » Mon Oct 25, 2010 3:30 pm

no disadvantage. merely lacks the advantage of putting in a superior graduate GPA.

the cumulative GPA is the one that law schools report for rankings.




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