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Using the Conversion Table
OLSAS uses a 4.0 scale. Refer to the OLSAS Undergraduate Grading System Conversion Table to determine the grading scale used for each university that you attended/are attending.
The law schools equate university work on the basis of the Ontario traditional academic year system. For universities operating in the semester system, 2 semesters are combined as the equivalent of an academic year (i.e., semesters 1 and 2 are combined for first year; semesters 3 and 4 for second year). Co-op semesters are grouped similarly.
Note: Each law school may use a different GPA than is calculated by OLSAS in the undergraduate academic record, based on its own admission criteria. Refer to the requirements section for each law school in the OLSAS application for more information.
Where both letter and percentage grades are reported on the transcript, the percentage grade will be used, with the exception of the University of British Columbia, for which letter grades will be used. All courses and marks, including failed, incomplete, repeated, supplementary courses, and courses extra to degree requirements, are included in the GPA.
The GPA does not include “challenge for credit” courses. Courses for which a specific grade is not given (e.g., a “Pass” grade) are not included in the GPA.
Grades from countries other than Canada and the US are processed as non-convertible. The transcript will be forwarded to the institution(s) you applied to for evaluation.
Full courses are given a weight of 2. Half courses are given a weight of 1.
OLSAS calculates the cumulative average by adding all of the course lengths and converted grades, and dividing the total course lengths into the total OLSAS values from the conversion table.
Note: The cumulative average is not an “average of the averages”.