A students are usually more successful in life than either B and/or C students. A students because of their academic acumen usually attend the better/more prestigious colleges and universities as the better colleges and universitiies such as Columbia, Fordham, and Harvard only accept students at the top tenth of their respective high school classes. B students are seldom accepted at prestigious colleges and universities. Forget about the C students- most colleges refuse to accept them at all. C students usually attend community colleges.
The A student is usually ahead of the game in school and in life. A students are more likely to attend graduate schools. This translates into they having more prestigious careers and being on the fast track because of their grades. I believe that A students rule the world and that the mythological premise that C students rule the world is totally inane. In fact, C students do not rule the world- they are at the bottom jobwise and economically. C students are less likely to have a college education and they are usually relegated to lower level jobs. A C student who is highly successful is totally an oxymoron to say the least. Let me not digress, A students have it made in school and throughtout life- they are, in fact, the most successful people around. Do you agree with this premise?
by Grace Marguerite Williams3 years ago
that is totally false. It is the A students who are the MOST SUCCESSFUL in life. They have more opportunities to further their education and to succeed than either B or C students. A students are more...
by Cassie Smith5 years ago
I saw several news items last week saying that Asian-Americans were trying to hide their ethnicity on the school applications because too many of them were getting rejected even though their SAT and GPA scores were high...
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