give me facts the support this statement .Grades do not reflect how smart a person is but how hard they work.?

facts please at least 3 it doesnt matter how many but 3 would be helpful

Asked By: Monkey Man - 8/22/2008
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The instrinsic ability to pursue our dreams and make it big has never been defined by a culmination of high-standard results. Translated, that gives way to saying what you collect in an educational institution never has and never will guarantee - in definition - success, unless you count the high grades themselves as... More
Answered By: hsn_jags - 8/23/2008
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False because people have different learning styles, I have gone to three high schools. Each one was the same material but different teachers, students and environment so the teaching style was different at all 3. In one of the high school's I was in the top of the class because they taught it slower and made sure... More
Answered By: Scott B - 8/22/2008
I didn't do the homework in my math class. I aced all the tests. I failed the class.
Answered By: crzytlker - 8/22/2008
Only 2 facts sorry, but I had horrible grades in school but my IQ is 136 and Einstein flunked out of school.
Answered By: RW - 8/22/2008
Well. I guess my best example would be and my classes... More
Answered By: why so serious? - 8/22/2008
i hate to say it but there is some truth to it. here is one example... More
Answered By: Mark - 8/22/2008
Grades Do NOT reflect how smart a person is. 1. A person can be very smart and oh so very lazy just as such. 2. a person can be smart but can be going through a tough time. 3. a person can be smart yet distracted or even having a hard time understanding. - hope this helps. good luck,. XOxo Kitty
Answered By: Kitty. - 8/22/2008
Grades don't necessarily reflect how smart a person is or how hard they work. I think it's more a combination of the two. I have no facts, but examples... More
Answered By: Cherie W - 8/22/2008
i think the answer lies in how you define "smart"-information stored in a persons brain is not smart-he/she is not smart in my opinion until they use the knowledge to solve a problem, articulate an idea, etc. this involves the ability to APPLY knowledge and more specifically to identify relationships between things... More
Answered By: wisdominknowledge - 8/22/2008
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