...One day next month every student at Loyola Law School Los Angeles will awake to a higher grade point average.What is more disturbing about this story:
The school is retroactively inflating its grades, tacking on 0.333 to every grade recorded in the last few years. The goal is to make its students look more attractive in a competitive job market...
- How little grades actually mean considering they can be changed across the board after the fact? or,
- That college execs would think that a hiring agency does so little due diligence on candidates that an applicant with a 3.40 grade point is much more appealing than the same person with a 3.10 GPA?
Wherever it falls, with my luck, I am sure I would be in the first year not included--if I had attended that Cali school.