That little shove being promises of Kaminari-related fangirling, of course. ^_^
And for the record, it’s hard to read, but the grade is a 71 (out of 100). I don’t know how schools in other countries - or perhaps even other states - handle grading, but in my experience in a high school setting, anything below 65 is failing. Hence, it’s not really a fantastic grade at all. But if everything up to that point has been failure, then yeah, it DOES show improvement and willingness to put in effort.
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in Canada, anythng below 50% s failing; anything 50-60% is a D, 60-70 is a C, 70-80 is a B, and anythng higher than 80 is an A, but its not an A+ until 90% or higher.
C's here are okay. Not great, but okay. D is bad, but a pass. B's are met with general contentment, and A's are filled with good feelings, no one's actually thrilled with marks unless it's 95% or more; but that's more of a personal goal for people to be super happy :P
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At my high school in the Houston area, anything less than 70 was failing. In a big public college in Texas, anything below 60 was failing.
I live in Ohio and from elementary school through collage the grading system was:
A: 90% and above
B: 80% - 89%
C: 70% - 79%
D: 60% - 69%
F: Below 60%
Are they using the ten-point grading scale? At my school, a 75% is the lowest C.
I though A+ were 95% here in Canada? Well, I was a 70's average student, and graduated 6 years ago, so I wouldn't really know. Granted, the only class I got an F in and failed was grade 8 art with a 48%, in a class where 40% of the grade was putting your name and date on the assignment. I had no artistic talent.
70 and below is failing in Georgia. Sereously more than half is a failure