« on: November 05, 2006, 04:47:23 PM »
In Texas, for example, public schools, by law, must admit all students who graduate in the top 10% of their high school class. This of course admits students that went to bad school districts and just happened to be in the top 10%. So all freshman level classes are taught by profs who don't speak engrish in order to weed out the ones who can't teach themselves freshman level material.Why would a public school try to "weed out" students?For the mean GPA for a school, what number indicates that grade inflation is occuring.. 3.20..3.30.. 3.40?The LSAC mean is only the people applying to law school, so you really can't tell what the actual mean is. A lot of public schools try to weed out students in their first year, so often times, median GPAs tend to be lower than at private schools.
For those that go to difficult undegrads, what was your undergraduate mean GPA per LSAC?