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needmylsat180
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LSAC report

Postby needmylsat180 » Wed Oct 18, 2017 2:49 pm

Hello,

In the LSAC academic report, there is a section where they report the percentage distribution of grades in my undergrad. Do law school look at those for admission? Since my school is a Canadian one and doesn't have as much applicants using the LSAC credential report, the numbers are a little off from our school's own stats.

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icechicken
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Re: LSAC report

Postby icechicken » Wed Oct 18, 2017 3:13 pm

It's basically irrelevant; your uGPA in absolute terms is the number law schools have to report and therefore the number they care about most. If your school is reporting some really weird numbers (median GPA of 1.7 or 4.2 or something), they might call the registrar to see what's up. And then this non-problem will go away.

needmylsat180
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Re: LSAC report

Postby needmylsat180 » Wed Oct 18, 2017 3:35 pm

icechicken wrote:It's basically irrelevant; your uGPA in absolute terms is the number law schools have to report and therefore the number they care about most. If your school is reporting some really weird numbers (median GPA of 1.7 or 4.2 or something), they might call the registrar to see what's up. And then this non-problem will go away.



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