That's a very big difference. You should call them immediately and have them explain it to you. Maybe they made a mistake.
Quote from: jason_perrlx on December 28, 2007, 07:44:12 AMThat's a very big difference. You should call them immediately and have them explain it to you. Maybe they made a mistake.I doubt it. They are pretty good at calculating GPA's. My UGPA was 3.1 overall and they re-calculated it at 2.85. My Gradute GPA is 3.3...
Your GPA may be 2.9 at your degree-granting institution, but what about other schools? They recalculate your GPA to incorporate all grades .... everywhere.I had a similar problem, though not as significant as your case.Definitely call LSAC if this doesn't clarify anything.
I just went to LSAC to see if my GPA had been calculated and it has. The problem is my cumulative GPA is a 2.9 and they calculated it as a 2.3. What the #@$%? Any ideas on what I can do
LSAC includes all grades, even those F's that were replaced through forgiveness, when calculating your GPA. This is probably the source of the difference.