I was a borderline C student in high school (the Southern D-C border not Northern C-B border).  That was fine for me.  "C is average" I would tell myself.  In reality C is practically failing in high school.  I guess HS teachers don't understand how to grade on a curve but apparently it is not uncommon for a HS graduating class to have 50% of the students above A- average.  According to the one statistic I found the average HS graduating GPA in 2000 was 2.94 (B average).  C is not average C is an idiot or in my case someone that just doesn't care.

Luckily my personal worth improved in college as I became a A student thanks to many math and science classes that outweighed the other subjects.  Again this turned out to be meaningless as an A in a college science class means that you completed all work satisfactorily... most people got As in upper division physics classes.

So, am I an A person or a C person?  After all, we know that a persons value in the world is dictated solely by their GPA.  I was beginning to fear that I would never know.   That was until I found this site.  Now I have discovered that I am a

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