Grades at different levels of education

<p>Hi guys! I was wondering if anyone knew the answer to a question I have regarding GPA.
I finished my undergraduate with an unspectacular GPA... somewhere in between 2.5 and 2.8 (in Canada we don't have a GPA system so I'm estimating), but I completed a Masters Program in New York State with a GPA over 3.5. </p>

<p>In my situation would a law school look at both my graduate and undergraduate GPAs, only the undergraduate, or only the graduate? I'm not really sure how it works...</p>

<p>mostly your undergrad grades. Your grad school GPA won't be factored in, but the fact that you have a degree will be. Having a graduate degree is good, but not really any better than having work experience.</p>

<p>the most important factors in law school admissions are undergrad grades and LSAT score.</p>