A- = 3.66
Also, A+ = 4.33. My school counted A+ as 4.0, so when LSAC redid my GPA it boosted it by .06.
My school doesn't have A+'s...A is the highest grade. This doesn't seem fair, considering the fact that I have often scored 98+% in classes, and they've only counted as A's. How will this affect me?
My school has A+'s and I still managed to have a class where I got every point possible and wound up with an A. The A+ adjustment only matters significantly in a few cases. Most schools that offer them only award them sparingly. It isn't as if all A's become A+'s, all A-'s become A's and so on like some folks like to whine about. The A+'s on my transcript raised my LSAC GPA by .03, hardly a significant amount.
All of this is to say that the fact that your school doesn't award A+'s is not going to affect you much. Hell, neither H nor Y offer A+'s and their grads seem to do just fine in the admissions process. Your GPA will put you in the range for pretty much every school (It'll be a little low for HYS and B, but even those are still possibilities.) as long as your LSAT is high enough.