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Perfect grades don’t equate to success

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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Stop robocalls for good with Kim’s eBook

Robocalls interrupt us constantly and scam Americans out of millions of dollars every year. Learn Kim's best tricks for stopping annoying robocalls in this handy guide.

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