I hate to add another superfluous post, but here it is: I haven't spent any significant time on LSN until tonight and now of course I'm pretty agitated. I have a LSAT score of 168, which I know is decent but not stellar, but no GPA because I went to a school that does not give grades. I anticipate that my LORs were strong because I've read several narrative evaluations as well as letters written for other purposes from both of my recommenders. (My undergrad school, by the way, though small is not unheard of and has a relatively strong national reputation.)
I've gotten into a few schools at this point, but deferred at Georgetown and placed on the preferred waitlist at Maryland. I'm not overly surprised by the former, but was definitely not expecting not to get into MD right away, especially after looking on LSN and seeing that people with significantly lower LSAT scores have already been accepted. I know I should probably just chill out, but I'm wondering how much I should expect that my lack of a GPA has impacted my cycle so far.
I'm sure not too many people are in the same boat as far as not having any grades, but if anyone has input on this I'd be appreciative.