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luckylady

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LSAC transcripts question -
« on: June 11, 2008, 10:24:20 PM »
If I send my transcripts in to LSAC (I still have a few classes to finish), will they calculate my GPA right away, or do I need to register for the LSDAS first? Do I need to have graduated before they will calculate my current GPA? This has me a little worried, as I will be applying to schools this fall but won't get my degree until next summer - how will that work?
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Re: LSAC transcripts question -
« Reply #1 on: June 11, 2008, 10:34:08 PM »
You have to register for the lsdas first. Then you send your transcripts. Then they calculate your GPA. (Maybe you took classes at more than one school for undergrad) Summer before you go to school they (the law school) will ask for an official transcript from your school with your degree posted on it.

It works because you report your current GPA and then send them(law school) a final transcript before enrollment.