Engineering, science and math classes have curves, but those can curve you both up and down, so in some classes an 80% can be an A where as in others an A can be curved to a B-.
Generally for humanities and most non quantitative classes, in my experience, there is no grade inflation. On the contrary, a B at my university is the equivalent of an A at most others.
Absolutely. Most graduate classes don't give anything below a "C" grade. If someone actually receives a "C" in a graduate level class, the instructor is trying to tell you something.
No, grade schools do not usually have reunions.
Grade inflation is the increase over time of academic grades, faster than any real increase in standards.
It can if there is indeed evidence of grade inflation. Today, it is critical for professors to maintain quality standards within the classroom.
10th grade in Japan's upper secondary schools/high schools.
Yes.All schools in fourth grade do mission projects.
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At most schools that would be a B-. That is not an honors grade.
He didn't go to high school. When he was a boy high schools didn't exist. Most people didn't get beyond the 8th grade. High schools began in the early 1900's.
Yes Krystka Bugajski does exist she is in 4th grade.
no and yes it does not exist.