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. . . you should consider your LSDAS GPA when making your application decisions.
Quote from: indyguy7484 on January 02, 2008, 10:49:49 PM. . . you should consider your LSDAS GPA when making your application decisions.I have a few questions. I don't understand how or why the LSAC alters our undergraduate GPAs in a lot of cases. I just don't get it. So would someone please explain:1. why the LSAC alters our GPAs?2. on what do they base the decision to alter our GPAs?3. what does it mean if they didn't touch my GPA at all? They let it stand.4. what dictates if and by how much they alter our GPAs?5. does the age of our undergraduate GPA matter (i.e., do they account for the notorious phenomenon of "grade inflation" that's supposedly occurred in the more recent past?)?Thanks, you guys.