Why can't some students get any A's at all in their courses? Even the easiest ones, they can only get B's or C's?

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Ray Ottewell Profile
Ray Ottewell answered
Some people can concentrate and store information better that others,some learn faster and pick things up quicker as well. We are all made different, some people are good on the technical side of things, others are better at practical work. If everyone got A's who would serve in the shops, or deliver goods in there trucks or work as a porter. Those people are needed in this world just as much as those that get A's.
Janey Profile
Janey answered
It depends on the course style, the workload and how good the student actually is.Some technical degrees or those that require analysis or logical reasoning will be harder to hit A,as opposed to easier ones such as philosophy or media studies which are more about opinion and speculation.
Sarah Johnson Profile
Sarah Johnson answered
I never got lower than an A in anything, but my social skills suck. You can't be good at everything.
John McCann Profile
John McCann answered
Some students should not even be in college. The cutoff ought to be an IQ of 115, but laxity is the name of the game now.

Some people get B's and C's is " studies " courses and should be glad to get that.

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