How would my medical school grades be factored in?

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How would my medical school grades be factored in?

Postby JoblessAndHopeless » Mon Mar 19, 2018 8:59 pm

Hey guys, I'm a 30 year old, graduated from medical school in 2014 with MD degree, and long story short, decided clinical medicine wasn't for me, so I quit my residency.
I'm seriously thinking about law school (was interested for long time), but had a question about GPA. I went to Berkeley for undergrad, cumulative GPA was 3.43.
Now I know grad school grades are calculated for LSAC. However, my medical school was on a Pass/Fail basis the first 2 years, and then High honors/honors/pass/fail system the last 2 years in clerkships. I generally sucked in medical school, so I received straight Pass all across my courses. Do you guys know how this will affect my LSAC GPA? Bring it down or up, or same?

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Re: How would my medical school grades be factored in?

Postby RCSOB657 » Tue Mar 20, 2018 5:57 am

AFAIK, no, grad school is not part of the calculation. It ends at the completion of your first bachelor.

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Re: How would my medical school grades be factored in?

Postby JoblessAndHopeless » Tue Mar 20, 2018 2:01 pm

So my F in my anatomy class doesn't get factored in? So do I even have to submit my medical school transcript?

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Re: How would my medical school grades be factored in?

Postby RCSOB657 » Tue Mar 20, 2018 11:06 pm

JoblessAndHopeless wrote:So my F in my anatomy class doesn't get factored in? So do I even have to submit my medical school transcript?


Send in whatever the school asks for through lsac.



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