I was admitted with a scholarship to Seton Hall. In order to keep the scholarship, I have to keep a 3.3 GPA, which on their curve is a B+ (their grades go all the way up to a A+ which I believe is a 4.3). I know many of you don't go to Seton hall but basically how hard is it to keep a B+ average in law school, what type of work is involved and basically what have your experiences been, thanks!
What separates people in law school is hard work. Everyone is intelligent so it just depends on who puts the effort in. Good luck to you!
I'd say that if a 3.3 is top third or so you should be fine.
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Quote from: Sell Out on June 14, 2008, 04:59:32 AMWhat separates people in law school is hard work. Everyone is intelligent so it just depends on who puts the effort in. Good luck to you!False.What separates people is how far their final flies down the stairs after a professorial toss. HAWHAWHAWHAWHAW!It's true. Sad, but true. There will be days where you just say, I either made an A, or I'm going back to my job at the Starbucks.
Make any decisions going in as if you'll lose your scholarship after grades are posted.
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