I'm looking at applying for law school next year and I saw the gpa conversion scale on the lsac website and just thought it was totally ridiculous. All my grades are in percentages, but when I convert them using a regular Canadian gpa conversion like they do at U of T or other Canadian schools my gpa is around 3.56, but if I were to do it using the lsac one it would be far lower. Does anyone know why this is the case? I mean I've gotten low 90s in classes before and known that I had the 3rd highest mark in the class, but using the lsac it would not convert to a 4.0 on the gpa scale. It makes no sense!!