« on: March 21, 2006, 11:57:45 AM »
Sorry that I've been missing in action here, but as you might be able to guess lawschool consumes a lot of one's time. I'll be happy to answer a couple questions that were asked. A while back one of you who visited a class talked about how one of the students did not do the reading. Almost always, the students are prepared, whether or not the professor wants to make a big deal out of it is up to them and the situation. Class participation does have a small influence on your grade, so if a student is not prepared they are only hurting themselves.
As far as scholarships go, only a 2.33 is needed to keep scholarships at Case. That is a C+ average, which is actually quite low. I don't know the exact rank but someone with a 2.33 would probably be below the bottom 20% or so. So, the scholarships are relatively easy to keep, especially when compared to ther schools that require you to be in the top 25% to keep them.
Anyway, if you have any other questions I'll try and answer. Hope that helped.