<p>Princeton is pretty infamous for Grade Deflation...
and it's honestly repelling me from applying.
I LOVE Princeton. Everything about it...except for grade deflation.
I want to major in International Relations at Woody Woo and later go to Law School at Harvard or Yale.
I was wondering...do graduate schools (Law Schools especially) take into account that Princetonians' grades are deflated whereas their peers at other schools may be inflated?</p>
<p>(I know there are several threads on CC discussing grade deflation...but most of the responses are highly opinionated, vary in answers, and don't seem to be substantiated with any hard evidence. I may have missed some so please direct me if there are other threads.)</p>