Distraction

posted April 1st, 2012, 8:33 pm


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April 1st, 2012, 8:33 pm

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Okay, just because other peoples’ school experiences have been different from mine in the past, I’d like to clarify this a little. The “report card”, for me, always came at the end of semesters a couple times over the course of the school year (usually, just before Christmas break, Spring break and Summer vacation, if I remember correctly). But in between those, there’d be an additional pseudo-report card known as a “progress report”, which does just what it sounds like; it reports the students’ current progress. It’s not terribly reliable in most cases and is usually subject to change, but my schools always sent them out. Anyway, I just wanted to include that, in case other peoples’ schools did no such thing.

And yeah, Rain’s a pretty awful student. I was too, actually (she is largely based off me, after all). I bet you didn’t think that math thing was going to be relevant, did you? ^_^

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April 5th, 2012, 10:17 am

MightyPearl (Guest)

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I would die if I had grades that horrible...

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December 28th, 2014, 5:07 pm

Kimiko (Guest)

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Passing grades? I thought anything below C (or maybe C-) meant failing? Sorry, I'm not really familiar with the letter grades system.

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January 25th, 2015, 3:03 pm

ZeDingo

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@Kimiko:
A: 100-90%
B: 89-80%
C: 79-70%
D: 69-60%
F: 59-0%

Some schools fail at D, but almost every school starts failing at F. Some schools don't use the +/- part, because 79% is still a C, even if it's a high C.

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