Law School Discussion

Law Students => Online Law Schools => Topic started by: lawrookie on April 18, 2010, 11:02:10 AM

Title: How many "real" lawstudents would survive day one at an online law school?
Post by: lawrookie on April 18, 2010, 11:02:10 AM
I  noticed that online law schools required a 71% for a C-(meaning even higher to actually graudate) and no curve for anything. How many "real" lawstudents think they could survive that, when they're used to getting 50% and still passing, plus online lawstudents have mandatory assignments to turn in and not just sit on their ass and cry how hard it is  to access facebook in class.
Title: Re: How many "real" lawstudents would survive day one at an online law school?
Post by: CJScalia on April 18, 2010, 10:43:07 PM
100% would.

Nice try on promoting your bullshido law degree, bro.
Title: Re: How many "real" lawstudents would survive day one at an online law school?
Post by: lawrookie on April 19, 2010, 09:15:27 AM
read my old posts if you're that determined to know where I attend. If 100% would pass, then why do they need a curve to pass at a 50% or sometimes even below?

100% would.

Nice try on promoting your bullshido law degree, bro.
Title: Re: How many "real" lawstudents would survive day one at an online law school?
Post by: CJScalia on April 19, 2010, 01:15:09 PM
Because we're doing class room exams, where you can't just put the question into WestLaw and get a perfectly phrased answer back to copy/paste into your essay.

Go away, idiot.

read my old posts if you're that determined to know where I attend. If 100% would pass, then why do they need a curve to pass at a 50% or sometimes even below?

100% would.

Nice try on promoting your bullshido law degree, bro.

Title: Re: How many "real" lawstudents would survive day one at an online law school?
Post by: lawrookie on April 19, 2010, 11:52:47 PM
If it's that simple, then why dosn't everyone who takes it get all A's?
Besides, you're not factoring in the first year bar exam which is state monitored on campus.


Because we're doing class room exams, where you can't just put the question into WestLaw and get a perfectly phrased answer back to copy/paste into your essay.

Go away, idiot.

read my old posts if you're that determined to know where I attend. If 100% would pass, then why do they need a curve to pass at a 50% or sometimes even below?

100% would.

Nice try on promoting your bullshido law degree, bro.


Title: Re: How many "real" lawstudents would survive day one at an online law school?
Post by: nealric on April 20, 2010, 08:27:12 AM
This thread has devolved into name-calling. I'm going to lock it.