This is a bit of a lame question given that this is pretty subjective depending on the school but I'll take any educated guesses:
I ended up with a 3.3 at a school (T.T.T.) that has a 2.8 median and a 120 person 1L class.
Typically, would that be enough to land me in the top 15%? I was a bit disappointed that my crim came back lower and knocked me out of a 3.5 given that I have hoop dreams of transferring T1.
I have a month till rankings come out so I am trying to get a general idea of the boat I am in.
Sorry Coxless Pair, I don't know what to tell you. (if you're the same one from the other board, you go to a school that starts with D right? I got placed on "hold" at that school but withdrew) I'm kinda in the same boat, but I attend a high T2 school. (not looking to transfer though)
The curve at my school is set at a C+. I ended up with a 85.8 GPA.(B+ is an 86) Now this isn't all that bad in itself, but what really bites is that Dean's list is an 86.0 and above.
I guess I shouldn't be disappointed, but it really sucks when you just miss out on something. I found out today when my last grade came out. If I would have made just one point higher on it I would have made Dean's list....oh well.
I guess I could look at it like Cum Lad. at my school is only an 84.0 average, so I guess that's a positive. I have know idea what my class rank will be because of all the information I've seen, class rank is only published once a year....so many "but ifs"