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  1. Hello, Have graduates from the Usask College of Law been successful in finding employment as attorneys, generally speaking? In other words, does a law degree from Usask yield high rates of employments in the field of law compared to other universities? Thanks in advance
  2. With a 3.86/4.0 GPA and a 158 LSAT, should one bother to apply to the Usask College of Law? I was checking the conversion chart that Usask uses to convert 4.0 scale GPAs to percentages, and it claimed that a 3.7 is equivalent to a 86%. This discouraged me as I thought a 3.86 would be considered in the 90s. Please, let me know what you think. ** I have NO Saskatchewan connections Thank you
  3. Is your GPA on a 4.0 or 4.33 scale?
  4. Hey, thanks for the response. I go to the University of Calgary, which uses a 4.0 GPA scale. So, they assigned a letter grade at the end of a semester to each course, and each letter corresponds to a specific GPA score: A+=4.0 A=4.0 A-=3.7 And so on. And then, your cumulative GPA average is calculated based on that scale (out of 4.0).
  5. If you don't mind, what was your GPA on a 4.0 or 4.33 scale?
  6. Hello The Usask chart gives the GPA conversion of a 3.7/4.0 GPA to a 86% and a 3.9/4.0 GPA to a 93%. But how do I know what is in between? Like what does a 3.8/3.83/3.86 out of 4.0 translate to percentagewise? Thanks in advance.
  7. I know you're only required two full years to apply to Usask, however my question, does Usask prefer applicants with full degrees or do they equally prefer people with only 2 full years?
  8. Hey, I know this may be a bit late, but what was your GPA on a 4.0 scale like?
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