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  • Applicant


I am taking classes at U of C and my L2 is 3.70. I will be applying to U of A law school and would like to know how my grade will be converted. 

When I reached out to the U of A law admissions, they said the following, “The conversion scale is internal to our admission process. We will convert it to match our grade scale. The University of Alberta uses a 4-point scale.” 

I am having some trouble understanding this and would appreciate if someone could help an anxious soul out. 


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I think they're saying, "we do have a method of converting your UofC grades to UofA grades, but this conversion method is not publicized". If I were to guess the conversion method for UofC grades, I'd say that may just take the grades of your most recent 60 credits (include Wi2020 credits but not grades) and convert them to the UofA scale (A+ = 4.0, A = 4.0, A- = 3.7, B+ = 3.3, etc.), but this isn't at all confirmed.

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