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True, but look at Gordon Hayward or Damian Lillard, they didn't have the talent to break through immediately at a KU or UNC, so they went mid-major and shined propelling them to lottery picks. Maybe the answer is either so long as you play it right
THANK YOU, when one is the dumbest in the smartest class, he/she learn to face challenges and difficulties. He/she learns industriousness and how to hone his/her intellectual skills. He/she will realize the folly of being lazy and comfortable.
I agree, but then why do we need a dumb class instead of being able to just pepper them throughout each class?
Good question ARO 120. I guess you would have to ask your local school board.
It seems as though it is more realistic to pepper the faster learners throughout and pray to maintain control. (Yes, that is from the school board)
Everyone wants to copy your homework, you're always top of the class, you finish the work early, so you get to read a book while everyone else finishes, you may be get given extra (interesting) work to do to keep you occupied.
No long-term like attaining a high enough gpa to guarantee admittance to the college of your choosing and springboarding. We hope everyone works hard, but we can only really compare test scores and gpa so if only one thing, they do not promote effort
Nope. You may feel superior but when you leave the class and face competition, you are going to be mentally demolished by those who were in more challenging and difficult classes.
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