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How Much Do Grades Really Matter?

How Much Do Grades Really Matter?

The process of grading – based on assessments – formative or summative; and therefore the pattern of representing them in either alphabetic or numeric scale of varied permutations and combinations have been at the forefront of the many nations as a ‘benchmark’ of mapping success in education or learning. For many, the difference of a minuscule decimal has proven to be the ‘last straw that broke the camel’s back’ and that they have caused themselves physical harm, even ended their young lives in sheer agony and frustration. The solution needs to be a transparent ‘NO’, but it doesn't come resoundingly loud when it involves ‘walking the talk’. Grades do matter, though they'll not define who you're.

At Global Tech International School, Bangalore we always advise the thing which must be understood by both learners and guardians today is that despite some apparent flaws in some mechanisms of assessment and grading, they continue to be the rock-bed of standardizing talent and have largely stood the measurement of learning. What counts more, not just within the immediate, but definitely more within the end of the day, are attributes to possess an inherent passion for learning, to be ready to encompass oneself sympathetically, compassion, and repair to the community, the evolution to seem beyond ‘self’. Because the first set of millennials inherit their prime, their needs are being defined less by material needs and more by that specialize in self-enhancement and possible ‘self-actualization’.

This is often the primary time ever that society is viewing education as an end and not just a way to an end. What also must be processed is that as a learner you need to specialize in now what you aspire for, but what your true potential is….and work backward to plan how you'll attain your optimal best. goodbye together is in a position to try to that and may remain disciplined and firm on the steps required to urge there, the journey is worth pursuing and really satisfying, breaking a sweat isn't counter-productive, is it!!!

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