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What kind of grades do/did you make in school?
Posted 11/10/16 , edited 11/10/16
What kind of grades do/did you make in school?

Personally I've always made A's/B's/C's

There were/are a couple of crappy grades in there but for the most part it's mostly A's and some B's. They can drop pretty badly if I don't try though. Not saying I suck at school LOL, but at one point in time I wasn't doing my work at all so my grades were pretty poor at the time haha

So what about you?
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Posted 11/10/16
All of them, but mostly C's especially in my high school years.
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Posted 11/10/16
Well... considering I never study out of school and I never stay on any revision after school or lunch/break. I guess my grades are pretty good if I manage to get a a few C and even a B.

Maybe if I started to study I would got an A, would be good if not my laziness.
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As Bs and Cs
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20 / M / Temple of Yaoiism
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3.8 in Highschool with no studying and taking college level courses.

4.0 in college with some studying.
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This sums it up prity good
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27 / M / United States
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Top marks ranging from mostly As to the occasional B.
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i think mostly double D's or maybe F's

now a day you don't have to work there's no need.. just join the entitled groupies and demand things from your government

like how other people should pay for my college tuition or child care etc..

there's no longer a need to do better in school anymore

the government will take care of you -- the welfare state will take care of you using the working people's money from birth till death
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26 / M / This Dying World
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Posted 11/10/16
I have an engineering B.S.

So I passed.
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i think 99% of the population have B.S. degree

especially the online community
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Posted 11/10/16 , edited 11/10/16
Never really cared for school. I only took interest in physics and art, most if not everything that was taught was simply Bullshit. Sure law and history, charter of rights and freedom yadda yadda, dollar is low, gas prices are higher than they should be, world is in debt, people are angry, real-estate is booming for non Canadians, but did teachers ever talk to you about the real world today? Please, just like most of these so called teachers, arrogant cucks. Only the few that stood out from the rest.

I can put a high school diploma and college degree on a resume. Does that answer your question? It all seemed empty to me, and rightfully so. Never live your life with stress, so don't find a reason to do so just because it will pay. Purpose before paycheck. Life before income.
Posted 11/10/16 , edited 11/10/16
Cs and Bs in high school because I never actually tried or paid attention.

Bs and As in college, so far. It could go downhill from here because I'm starting to get sick and tired of this shit



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From A to D. My grades varied with my moods though I mostly stuck with B and C by the time I got to 14.
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I'm usually a pretty good student, but programming(and my procrastination) is _KILLING_ my grades.
My grades dropped pretty badly at the start of this year(and when I was(and still are) working on my VOIP protocol), and it's the first time I've ever gotten a grade below a C, and holy fuck did it hurt.
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