In the situation you described I would rather have the 3.3. And my resume would either read "GPA 3.3/4.0 (Top 10%)" or simply read "Top 10% of Class".
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by your logic GPAs were pointless in undergrad too. every school has a curve, whether its intentional or not. some school's grades are inflated. some are very tough.
that fact that this is a new revelation leads me to believe ignorantly blissful in your ugpa. maybe now you can look back on it and realize how worthless it was. i bet you were a hi gpa / low lsat splitter who bitched and moaned about not getting recongiiton for your 'effort'. welcome to life.
« on: March 28, 2007, 02:21:24 AM »
ND students apparently can't do math?I understand that it was pretty expected. They completely botched last year's cycle.
Reviews, Visits, and Rankings / Re: Historical Law School rankings (updated with 2007)----Excel Spreadsheet« on: March 27, 2007, 10:36:23 PM »
Bump because the new list is out. Someone update.
edit: and regarding Texas, I believe 29 is accurate. We double checked these numbers a few times.
Reviews, Visits, and Rankings / Re: Historical Law School rankings (updated with 2007)----Excel Spreadsheet« on: January 08, 2007, 11:01:20 PM »
very cool that this is still getting passed around. also saw we made it into some profs blawg.
Black Law Student Discussion Board / Re: How many years did it take you to finish your undergraduate degree?« on: March 26, 2006, 02:58:28 AM »
I will finally graduate next spring, 8 years after I began working on my degree. I took a ton of breaks, and the longest I have gone straight through is 4 semesters.
so you showed up every now and then, and when things were going well you stuck with it. but when they weren't you bitched and moaned to a shrink, got her to support your medical withdrawals, and never took a hit to your gpa. kudos. i hope you find a lovely firm that gives you a week of vacation for every week of work. or if you're interested in government work, a judge that will give you a continuance because you're not really "feeling up to it"