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LSAC’s View of GPA Conversion

Grades are converted by LSAC to a standard 4.0 system in order to furnish law schools with a uniform basis for comparing applicants. LSAC-member schools, in establishing the LSDAS, have selected a common set of numerical values to represent the various grading systems used by colleges. This system may vary from that of the college which you attended.

Grade Conversion Table

LSDAS Conversion

Grades as Reported on Transcripts

4.0 Scale A to F 1 to 5 100-0* Four Passing Grades Three Passing Grades
4.33 A+ 1+ 98-100 Highest Passing Grade (4.0) Highest Passing Grade (4.0)
4.00 A 1 93-97
3.67 A- 1- 90-92
3.50 AB    
3.33 B+ 2+ 87-89 Second Highest Passing Grade (3.0) Middle Passing Grade (3.0)
3.00 B 2 83-86
2.67 B- 2- 80-82
2.50 BC    
2.33 C+ 3+ 77-79 Third Highest Passing Grade (2.0) Lowest Passing Grade (1.0)
2.00 C 3 73-76
1.67 C- 3- 70-72
1.50 CD    
1.33 D+ 4+ 67-69 Lowest Passing Grade (1.0)  
1.00 D 4 63-66
0.67 D- 4- 60-62
0.50 DE or DF    
0.00 E and F 5 Below 60 Failure (0.00) Failure (0.00)

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