|Originally posted by Fledz |
Ps = Degrees. My social, leadership and networking skills can take me far further than anyone with higher grades, as I've proven already since I left uni a couple of years ago. It's postgrad, so grades will largely mean nothing. It's about building a base for me to work on in marketing. I'm not applying for an internship.
I can understand the desire to have better grades, but I've got far bigger plans in life than sitting around with HDs which will ultimately get me nowhere.
|Originally posted by Miss Pie |
There's really only a handful of courses in my program where the grade truly was a reflection of how much one knew and understood. It shouldn't matter to me, but it does. I wouldn't be happy knowing I didn't attain the best that I could. And I want extra recognition at my convocation.
I say good work Fledz! 60% score from not studying, and bullshitting = good in my books, tho I always managed at least 75 I did do humanities though, so its easy to bullshit that tho
marks at uni/school are all about form over content anyway- you can write a paper full of genius and get a shit mark, and write a piece of tripe entirely copied from sources, showing no originality at all, but in a essay structure that they like and you'll get an A... that system is lame imo