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here, you can get by with a B in pretty much any class, with minimal work put in. if you want an A, that's when you have to start working hard.
Does CC still put the class curve (i.e., the percentage of grades that were A-/A/A+) on the official transcripts? I always thought it was kind of pointless.
anyone know how the grade inflation is at SEAS?
i'd love to go to columbia for econ, but i probably have no shot, so im probably going to apply into SEAS, most likely into the IEOR dept. most engineering schools have like crazy avg gpa's like 2.5 or something, i hope columbia is a little easier...