« on: November 04, 2004, 03:23:32 PM »
i'm in kind of a unique situation. the school i went to for my undergrad (uc santa cruz) had a system where you could choose whether you wanted to receive letter grades or narrative evaluations (and a pass/no pass grade) for your classes. if you wanted a gpa upon graduation, you had to opt for letter grades in at least 2/3 of your classes, which i did, however i do have a number of classes in which i did not opt for a letter grade. does anyone know how this can affect a law school application? i checked on lsac, and it just said that only letter grades are factored into my gpa. just curious if anyone has had any experience with this situation...any feedback is appreciated!