I get 50-60%, I haven't worked in 5 out of 6 six classes for about 2 months now.... biology we had a 200-point test but when my asshole teacher started getting pissed at me because i was talking during the test, and told me he would take off 10% of my score, so at that point i ripped up the test in front of him. Kinda regret that now... but then again i have 7 weeks left, i can get A's and b's in most of my classes by then.
1. It's impossible to get 100%. Teachers aren't allowed to give out 100%, except for some, VERY rare cases. Out of all the teachers in my school (that's over 500 years of teaching experience) only one teacher has ever given 100%, and that was only one time.
2. It's almost impossible to maintain over 95% for an entire year.
3. Judging from the clarity of your post, english is not a strong subject for you.
Anyone who says they get all over 90% is full of shit.
I don't study and my average is over 90.
An average of 90-95 is considered below average when compared to the grades of every single student world-wide. An average of 96-99 is about average. True?
wow, hurtful, im so sangry right now. Sad because of what you said, angry because my dumbass sister made the fire alarm go off, when I asked her why it went off, she said she had no idea. I went downstairs,
she was fucking burning pancakes.
"We swallow greedily any lie that flatters us, but we sip only little by little at a truth we find bitter." ~ Denis Diderot
Ace, what school do you go to? It's completely possible to get 100%, and also to maintain a 95%. My sister is going to college for free basically because she had a GPA of 4.0 from 9th to 12th grade. So, you must be going to some private school or some shit. I mean, for an average person, getting 100% frequently and maintaining a 95% is hard, but not impossible. For me, I can get good grades in most of my classes, except for World History. I have a C (sometimes a D), and I can't get it up. Also, I have a D in band (that's impossible...).
Oh right. you guys are in the US, forgot about that. I'm talking about canada. We have a more difficult education system.