Hi everyone.

Different school's have different stipulations with their scholarship offers. St. John's is top 50%, where as Seton Hall is a 3.2 or higher.

Someone once said that a 3.2 was the curve at Seton Hall, could someone explain what this means and what that would translate to in terms of class percentage, thanks.

Different school's have different stipulations with their scholarship offers. St. John's is top 50%, where as Seton Hall is a 3.2 or higher.

Someone once said that a 3.2 was the curve at Seton Hall, could someone explain what this means and what that would translate to in terms of class percentage, thanks.