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GPA Conversions Question

undecidednatureundecidednature 20 replies21 threads Junior Member
Dear everyone,

I was wondering if my GPA will be converted when I apply to law school.
For example, currently I'm a freshman attending a school with a
4.0 (A)
3.0 (B)
Sort of scale.
( In which I have a 4.0/4.0 )
Next year, however, I will be following an A/A- scale.
4.0 ( 94-100 )
3.67 ( 90-93)

I'm worried as to how law schools see this? I understand I have to turn in my transcript from both universities,
but will they convert my grade differently?

I'm worried because I currently have a 94 in one of my classes, which might tip to a 93-92??
Although it's considered a 4.0 here, I'm afraid of how T14 law schools will perceive that?

Any responses would greatly be appreciated.
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