bk1 wrote:jt1341 wrote:Yes and his GPA is below a 3.0...... Thank you for restating my point?
I just dont understand how someone can straight up call 98% of LSAT test makers unintelligent while not having the best academic record themselves.
Even if it is easy to get a B without class or studying, it is unlikely that you could guarantee this in every single class (especially if a B- is a 2.7 which means you need to be scoring at least an 83/84 in every class). Thus while you would likely get close to a 3.0 but not hit it (statistically speaking). On top of that, even though I know nothing of the EE major, I'm pretty sure that you can't get a B without at least knowing the material (which means either studying or going to class).jt1341 wrote:haha i started as a Biochem major......
For 2 years took nothing but chemistry/ochem/biology/natural science classes and still have a 4.0.
But i guess science classes are just as easy as government classes? nothing can be as difficult as EE i guess, even though i feel like Ochem and Calc are relatively difficult
That's not the point. If you didn't study or attend class at all, would you have gotten even a 3.0?
EDIT: Anyways this argument is completely irrelevant.
Major courses are curved to 2.67. And I was consistently average, to maybe slightly below average. I made up with a couple gen eds that were easy.
So in every course 50% were not getting a B. Though few got D's either.