ScaredWorkedBored wrote:Kohinoor wrote:kobeoverlebron wrote:lsat was probaly worse. In law school they don't fail you unless you basically don't know a thing. Even then you will probaly get a C-.
With the LSAT if you do awful you may end up going to law school in Wisconsin or some cold place you hate. Or some hot place you hate.
Even if i some how got all C's. There is always next semester.
It's curved. Getting a C- is a failing grade.
Getting worse than a B at a B+ curve school or a B- at a B curve school means you did really bad. Getting worse than a B- or C+ respectively means that you basically hit your head randomly against the keyboard for four hours.
IDK about that. In a class of 90, like 5 people might get a B-, and there's no guarantee that anyone is doing absolutely terribly. That's the nature of the curve. I had every possible bad thing happen in the leadup to my Contracts exam. But I expect enough from my classmates that I don't think I'm somehow guaranteed a B or better just because I wrote coherently and spoke to some small % of the issues. I won't be shocked by a poor grade - I think it would be arrogant of me to think that even at my worst I still beat out X% of my classmates.