Ten Myths About Law School Grading

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The myths that I describe below are held by students, faculty, employers, or some combination of the three. With each myth, I will endeavor to describe its content, its likely genesis, and then the countervailing truth about the same subject. I will begin with the myths that are primarily student-held and then proceed to describe faculty-held myths about law school grading.

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Law -- Study & teaching, Grading (Education), Legal education

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Daniel L. Keating (Washington University School of Law)

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