Let's not be rude to the n00b.OP: a grading curve works like this. In any given class, the professor will be able to give out a strict number of As, Bs, and Cs. At my school, about 15% earn As, 70% earn Bs, and a few earn Cs.Alabama wants you to keep a 3.0, which means that you will need at least a B average. However, law school curves are often much (much) lower than undergraduate curves. The professor could be required to keep the median grade at a B-, in which case it would be hard to keep your scholarship. You should inquire. Furthermore, I don't think that you should matriculate at a lower-ranked law school like Bama unless you want to be a lawyer. You could end up unemployed after graduation.