Ha, in what world could that possibly be a good thing?
The curve is per class, not per section. Four out of five of the classes are made up of two or three sections combined. So you only have to worry about the "advice overloaded" section trouncing 33-50% of the curve. On the other hand, though, you'll probably build more familiarity with the people in your section, since you have every
class with them. Maybe they'll like you enough to pass on their advice, or you have an increased chance of forming study groups with the people from your section as opposed to outside your section. After all, the ones in your section are all taking the same classes and thus the same professors' practice exams. If you study with someone from outside your section, you're working off of material from other professors which may or may not be helpful in your classes.
It can be a pretty good thing.