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In one semester abroad, I didn't get any grades above 89. It turned out that at that school, 90 is like an "A+" and there's no grade inflation. How does LSAC calculate numerical grades like this? No A, B, C, D was given out.
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Nope, foreign grades don't count at all unless they were your undergrad counted them as part of your GPA or you studied there for more than a year. Which sucks because you must have done very well at a British (?) uni.