LSAC & GPA from a school that doesn't use ANY +/-

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lrp5060
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LSAC & GPA from a school that doesn't use ANY +/-

Postby lrp5060 » Tue Aug 06, 2013 1:12 pm

Hey guys

I took 5 classes at a community college that doesn't use any +/- during my undergrad. So they only use A,B,C etc regardless of what percentage you earn. Would LSAC recalculate it with the percentages that I earned in those classes (although it isn't on my transcript) or compare it to the regular 4.0 scale (which will hurt my gpa since I have more b's than a's). Any guesses?

Thanks!

Pancakes12
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Re: LSAC & GPA from a school that doesn't use ANY +/-

Postby Pancakes12 » Tue Aug 06, 2013 1:22 pm

LSAC will not recalculate. They'll use what's on the transcript.




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