What do you think about the saying? 🤔
C is a grade.
The real gatekeeper for degrees is money.
What do you call the lawyer who’s last in their law school class? Your Honor.
I think that’s an unfortunate view when it comes to education.
They can. U can goof around in high school and have your fun and have creative high intelligence as the reason for your rebellion and transgession, and in college prove how smart and capable you are
I immediately think about my times in school pulling off upper deckers and reverse kangas and watching the janitor and teachers react to my chaos.
never heard of it... but I do get my degrees in Celsius, yes...
I guess it’s people saying those grades are good enough?
I think I don’t want to meet those people professionally or rely on them in any way
It's true, but I'd rather try for higher than C's.
Lol what the cs mean
Don't be. My first thought too.
I used to think that then I grew up
Get it done 🤷🏽♀️
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I was second in my class with a 2.6 GPA. One professor I had to take four classes from to graduate said he had never in 37 years given a student an A. He graded the class on a curve and failed half every semester. We had 379 incoming freshman and 16 graduates in my class. He had a sign that said "D" stands for degree.
But that's engineering, my other degree was a joke to get. I could have slept through the entire time. I remember the teacher asking me if she could exclude my grades from the curve because I was so far ahead even though I hardly did anything. I'd say just the ONE class in engineering was more work than an average MBA. In fact I audited his class, then took it again and got a C+, the highest grade he had given out in years, he congratulated me.
Thay don't grade like that anymore, for one thing it kept all the engineering students from keeping scholarships while accounting students working half as hard taking much simpler classes got them. It was unfair.
I went back and got another degree in 2015, talk about grade inflation!
There's no such thing as a grade over a 4.0!!! Any school that grades like that is fooling it's students and doing a disservice to those graduating before grade inflation hit.