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My Academic Life

For a long time, achieving good grades and nothing more has been the ultimate goal in a my academic life. This is a standard that was set centuries ago by "grownups" that needed a way of ranking students based solely on letters or numbers. Individuality and creativity were pushed aside so colleges, universities, graduate schools and employers would be able to judge their candidates. Therefore my mind is generally focused on getting an "A," moreover I usually think about learning. Many candidates' acceptance is based on their academic and test standards which I try to maintain 2.50 in average. Thus grades are thought to be the most accurate way to judge. Individuals and schools provide testing and grades that are utilized by higher learning institutions and also by potential employers. These institutions tend to accurately judge someone based solely on a system that encourages memorization and underhanded tactics instead of learning for the sake of benefiting one's future. However, I think judging a candidate through merely reviewing the paperwork does not show his/her character and style, which are more important than any test scores could ever prove. That is why universities, graduate schools, and employers should devise their own methods of comprehensive testing to replace grades, that would more accurately show an individual's abilities, strengths, and weaknesses. These tactics may more accurately judge people for who they really are. Because of the pressures that each student goes through for the sake of an "A," they do not fully absorb the material to a point where they are knowledgeable about the subject. So they rely on classes in which they can memorize facts, take the test, get the good grades, and move on, without really learning or retaining anything. Although the idea of abolishing grades sounds appealing, many would argue that an abrupt abolishing of grades would send schools, students, parents and our entire nation into a state of chaos with the argument of chaos, many people would have to agree. Students, as well as adults, have become too dependent on using grades as a way of judging intelligence and performance. But the nation cannot take away the grading system because then the nation would not know how to judge a person by the person's character instead of mere numbers and letters. BUY custom non-plagiarized Essay of 100% high quality. From PHD writers at our Supreme custom writing service...



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