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College in US – A’s were the most common grade

A’s were the most common grade on college campuses in 2013, accounting for 45% of grades awarded to students, according to an analysis of grade data at more than 80 schools by Stuart Rojstaczer, an independent researcher, and Chris Healy, a computer science professor at Furman University. By contrast, college students were most likely to get C’s leading up to the Vietnam War, accounting for about 35% of grades awarded. The two researchers have been collecting and reporting on grade data for years.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at  It’s never been easier to get an A in a college class (or more expensive) – MarketWatch

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