When you were in school, you probably felt the pressure to get an A or at least do well on everything. If you had exemplary grades in high school, that meant you would get into a great college and then be successful in life. But perfect grades don’t always equate to success; in fact, they may be doing more harm than good to students’ livelihoods.
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