Maybe she's not 100% confident of her parenting.
Maybe she realises parenting isn't everything and school environment also has a lot to do with it.
Well, whatever. Clearly it happens, so my point stands: she may be exaggerating, but she's certainly not fabricating.
Not really. I just get annoyed with people who don't have the curtesy to write in English which is vaguely readable before posting all over the forum. Particularly when they're asking for advice/help.
Just like I was a bit miffed by that guy who started a new thread saying "I need help for my PS. Tell me about yourself so I know you're not trying to steal my ideas, then I'll email it you" as pretty much his first post. It's just not how you go about asking people for favours.
Out of my year of about 100, 2/4 got into Oxford and 4/7 to Cambridge, but this year no one got in, and I think only one person applied! So it varies a lot. But our year was the first year to get more than 2 people into Oxbridge. Went to a very average comprehensive btw.
I expected that, I was virtually certain I can't spell courtesy (is that right, btw?)
But you agree with me it didn't affect your comprehension of the sentence? You didn't have to read it about four times to understand what I was saying? Nor did you feel slightly hurt that anyone could abuse the English language so horribly?