I read a law school's website, and it said 5-10 percent of students HAVE to get Ds and Fs. Is this common at all law schools?
Realistically though, is it hard to flunk out of law school? I mean in college, you really have to do NOTHING to flunk out (unless you are like an engineer or some tough major like that)
What I fear is with a forced curve like that, I could try my ass off and still not have enough to pass, and end up flunking out. I mean I have a 3.2 from UCLA, which is full of pretty smart students, so I think I'll do okay, but then I don't know...
Anybody want to share some light on this?