yeah i am definitely glad i didnt do high school in the us alsO gpa freaks me out a bit like i think it means you have to do well all year????? (i’m guessing us systems confuse me) and i would cry i didn’t understand almost any chemistry through basically my whole last year and then ended up getting my highest mark in it at the end
ah yeah you make sense in the uk it’s like exactly the same but 10% lower? like 100-90 is a*, 89-80 is a etc. so 72 is a low b in the uk (except not always bc here we also have this thing called ums aka uniform mark scale where grades get changed depending on how well everyone did so if everyone did well on a paper and you did ok you could go down a bit if that makes sense)
shoutout to jordan parrish for never meeting allison but talking about her more than anyone else lmao
oh on the paper where it said 72 i just meant i guessed they meant 72% (i might be wrong) and that seemed like a high amount for a c- (i mean in the uk we don’t have + or - grades but still) i hope that made sense?