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an "easy A" class would be a class that 1) gives out a realistically obtainable number of As and 2) one in which the material is taught in a way that aligns with your individual way of thinking while confusing most of the other students
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vanwinkle wrote:I recommend Evidence.
It's not easy for everyone, but if you're a fan of Law & Order, then you already know 98% of the stuff in that class anyway. All the core stuff is really simple and straightforward, and it's just the students who don't see the "big picture" because they're not passionate about criminal justice who don't do well there. You have to be the right kind of person to do it, but it's definitely an easy A if you're the "I went to law school because I want to be Jack McCoy" type.
oh what a scholar
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desperate4lawschool wrote:Racer 10 Seconds wrote:There's this thing called "the curve." Research it before you jump on the law school train.
This question is as objective as it is subjective. While a curve may be relevant in some instances, its imposition does not preclude a class from being considered "easy". I personally found civ pro easy and one to get an easy A, even though the class was curved. So the sarcasm was unnecessary.