Students that are getting straight As in the UK are quite few, apart from when a level results come on, but then it is only 3 subjects.
However, in America they seem to be quite a common phenomena, with every other child being a straight A student, captain of the football/hockey team and a generally nice person.
Is this quite true, or just a sterotype or woteva?
Ok... back away from the TV...
Not sure, but it's pretty rare for people to get AAA @ AH.
if anybody cares in Sweden it's 0.5% of all students getting grades.
For about 30 courses all graded
I think too many people get 3 -4 A's in the UK
The US school system is 10 times easier that the UK one. I went to both, big difference.
i have a vaugely related question... when us students talk about AP classes, do they just mean a higher stream of students? like all the a grade students are together?