Forgive my lack of statistical insight. How horrid/tough is this curve, if at all? Keep in mind anything under 2.33 cumulative leads to academic disqualification. Also, the school's grading system (below) is slightly non-traditional, ie B = 3.33, not 3.00.

Grade Curve and Normalization

It is the School of Law’s policy that grades in required and bar-tested courses fall within a norm (e.g., that grades in various sections are similar). The policy is as follows:

A/A– No fewer than 8% No more than 12%

A through B– No fewer than 45% No more than 55%

C– and below No fewer than 8% No more than 12%

Grading System

A = 4.33

A– = 4.00

B+ = 3.67

B = 3.33

B– = 3.00

C+ = 2.67

C = 2.33

C– = 2.00

D+ = 1.67

D = 1.33

D– = 1.00

F = 0.00

Grade Curve and Normalization

It is the School of Law’s policy that grades in required and bar-tested courses fall within a norm (e.g., that grades in various sections are similar). The policy is as follows:

A/A– No fewer than 8% No more than 12%

A through B– No fewer than 45% No more than 55%

C– and below No fewer than 8% No more than 12%

Grading System

A = 4.33

A– = 4.00

B+ = 3.67

B = 3.33

B– = 3.00

C+ = 2.67

C = 2.33

C– = 2.00

D+ = 1.67

D = 1.33

D– = 1.00

F = 0.00