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"Your best two-year average and the highest current LSAT score are considered. The best two years do not have to be consecutive, but you do need at least 24 credits in each of these years during the Fall and Winter sessions. Spring and Summer classes are not counted when calculating your best two-year average. A cumulative average will be used for applicants who do not have full years of study as described above."

This is from the USask website. If you do not have 24 credits in any of your undergraduate years (spring/summer excluded), then you would not have a B2 calculated. Your cumulative GPA will be used. 

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