Impossible. IN THIS ECONOMY, high Elements grades are essential.

Please don't turn this site into XOXOXO/Above the Law

I feel really stupid for asking about this, but can somebody post up an explanation of the grades again? I get the whole, 177+ = good/177- = bad, or something like that, but I remember seeing some really awesome explanations of what it all means back in the day.

How's this (via Wikipedia):

The Law School employs a unique grading system with a range from 155 to 186. These numerical grades convert to the more familiar alphabetical scale as follows: 155-159 = F, 160-167 = D, 168-173 = C, 174-179 = B, 180-186 = A. For classes of more than 50 students, the median grade is 177, and the number of As should approximately equal the number of Cs.

A student graduates "with honors" if a final average of 179 is attained, "with high honors" if a final average of 180.5 is attained, and "with highest honors" if a final average of 182 is attained. The last of these achievements is rare; typically only one student every few years will attain the requisite 182 average.