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flowering wrote:So if an applicant is at median at the time of application, will this represent a risk to the law school that the GPA will drop below median after app submission?
Depends on the applicant. Is the applicant at median because of a bad first year and has an upward trend thereafter? Or is there a downward trend? In the former, I think they'd presume it would continue to go up. Keep in mind after 3-3.5 years of schooling your GPA won't rise/fall that much barring a complete failure in 5 classes.
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SeattleStudent wrote:Pass/Fail or Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grades are reported as A's by LSAC if you receive a Pass or a Satisfactory?
They aren't; classes for which you received a P or S don't go toward your LSAC GPA calculation. (But Fs do.)
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