10 Reasons Why C Students Are More Successful After Graduation
Benjamin P. Hardy

Eye opening article but I would also contend that an A student can be just as creative or challenging to prevailing ways of thought as the C student. Good grades are often the result of hours of time studying what can be conflicting opinions. By choosing only what might appeal to their natural preferences (studying what they are “naturally drawn to”), C students could actually be limiting the formation of a grander imagination or missing out on subjects that could be of use farther down the road.

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