sublime wrote:mwells56 wrote:So the FAQ had a thing about LSAC GPA being lower than undergrad GPA, but mine's actually higher.
MY LSAC GPA is a 3.7 and my undergrad GPA is 3.64. I feel like that's a relatively large difference that could count against me. It's because my school offers A+'s but they still count the same as a straight A (both 4.0) and don't hand them out very often, but I've gotten 2. This isn't the case in other grade letters, where it's a normal scale (B+/B/B- is still 3.3/3.0/2.7). Also, I took a couple of classes at Penn State and Johns Hopkins in high school and got two A's and an A- in 3 credit classes.
Should I even bother worrying about the difference or is LSAC GPA all that matters?
LSAC is all that matters.