Quote from: vjm on June 26, 2008, 09:18:00 PMI wasn't aware that they round these things. Do they really? If I get a 3.98 (hahaha!) is that considered a 4.0?I don't get this, obviously.It's probably a losing argument. However...Your GPA could already be rounded up from a 3.977 to 3.98 because your school observes a 4.00 grade scale. However, if a K is formed between student and school, and school says student has to keep a 2.0 GPA (rather than a 2.00 GPA), then I can see the argument that a 1.98 rounds up to 2.0, just like a 1.977 rounds up to a 1.98 on a 2.00 grade scale.Plus, contracts was way too long ago for me now, and I've forgotten pretty much everything, but I vaguely remember a doctrine about ambiguity that says the interpretation of one party might control in a K under certain circumstances.
I wasn't aware that they round these things. Do they really? If I get a 3.98 (hahaha!) is that considered a 4.0?I don't get this, obviously.
so you believe the LAW school would argue that every scholorship contract that it drafted was facially invalid? talk about embarrassing. If you sue look for about $5,000 for confidentiality i mean that settlement agreement would be great publicity on here autoadmit and jdunderground
They could reinstate the scholorship as the contract requires.