Yes, many of you will laugh at me, insult me, and flame me. Such is life, because my confusion must be eliminated.WTF is a law school curve? I keep seeing talk about really tough curves and I have no idea what is meant by that.For example: Miami. I hear it's very hard to maintain a scholarship because of the curve. Miami wants a B, or 3.0, to maintain the scholarship. Say the curve is a C, like I hear. Doesn't that mean 50% of the students get better than a C, and thus all one would have to do is stay in the top 50% to maintain his or her scholarship? That seems pretty feasible and not a "terrible curve for maintaining a scholarship".Unless of course I'm missing a key factor, which is very possible.Please enlighten me people. Thanks!