The sexual tension between two people when one of them says “make me”
This was too good to not reblog
Elsewhere on this site, Roberto A. Ferdman notes that the most frequently awarded grade at Harvard College is an A, while the median grade there is an A minus. “That ought to dispel any notion that Harvard is tough on its students,” he wrote. “Grade inflation may be a victimless crime, but what is the point of having a range of grades if half of them are A- or higher?” I think I have an answer.
Ivy League educational institutions attract a disproportionate share of grade-obsessed overachievers. These young people are extremely driven, aren’t in need of external motivators to learn, but often react to the grading system by gaming it: that is to say, they engage in cut-throat competition with classmates rather than helping one another learn; they manipulate teachers; and they choose earning a higher grade rather than learning more when there is a tension between the two. Their compulsion to succeed as others define it and their sheepish failure to prioritize higher-order benefits with their time at college perhaps makes a grading system based on obvious inflation the best option available.
What’s the cost of grade inflation?
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Dammit, guys, this is why people think we’re insane.
Hands down one of the greatest posts I have ever reblogged on here
did this nigga just evolve