One of the many fears of prospective college students is that they won’t make it at their school of choice. Many fret they will flunk out due to the difficulties of the curriculum and new academic realm. Especially when it comes to Ivy League schools, most students assume that the “higher” the education, the more likely you are to flunk out.
But did you know that once students are accepted to an Ivy League school, it’s pretty unlikely they will flunk out? A recent study shows that 43 percent of all college grades are A’s with three-fourths of students getting A’s or B’s.
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