If getting C+ is hard that mean the person does not master the materials and does not deserve to be in the top of his major.
splitter13 wrote:I want you to think about this scenario for a minute.
You have a chemical engineering major who is at the top of his major with a 2.7 GPA. Getting a C+ in a class is hard. He took Calc 5, Physics 3, Econometric's, ect.
You have a Communication major who has a 3.7 GPA. If you don't get a B+ in a class you're mentally retarded. He took Communications 101, Interpersonal Communication.
The communication major scores a 165, the engineering major scores a 175. The communication major gets into Cornell. The engineering major would be lucky to break >30.
Explain to me how this makes sense? I would like to hear some non liberal arts majors too.
My friends and I are Regents scholars in one of University of California campus (top 50 ) . We all have great GPA and the lowest GPA among us is 3.70
I major in Political Science and some of my friends (Regents Scholars) major in Chemical engineering, Mechanical engineering, Civil engineering,Electrical
engineering, Computer science, biological science, Physics and etc.
I know Chemical Engineering is one of the toughest major but if you ask some of my friends, they will say it is easy because they master the materials.
If you ask them to write composition , mastering literature and /or non engineering materials, they will say it sound like Greek to them.
So stop saying your major is tough , hard core and etc. Master the materials and you will be a scholar.I know law school admissions is unfair. Life is unfair in general but we do need to do the best we can.