Originally Posted by IGOTGAME
this. the standards are no where near the same.
btw...the average gpa at Harvard the last time in 2009 was a 3.48. A 3.1 is like the bottom of the class. Don't compare that to Emeka Okafor's 3.8 from a state school or Matt Bonner's 3.96. Put either one of those guys at Harvard and they do the same thing. Hardest thing about Harvard is getting in.
You are kidding me right lol? A 3.1 isn't bottom of the class lol. There are a lot of people that don't even graduate, or fail out. Also, the curve at a school like Harvard is a 100x more competitive than at a state school. I know, I transferred from an easier school to a harder school. That 90-100%you are used to getting is now a 75-85. Also, his major was economics at Harvard. Not the type of major you take if you just are trying to skate by and hoop.
Granted he went to school in Palo Alto, so his high school was probably as hard as Harvard lol.