TEENS: Does an A- count toward straight A's?
Like can you still say you have straight A's even if you have some A-s.
I got my report card today:
AP English: A
Honors Anatomy: A
Honors Spanish 5: A
SAT English: A- (NO!)
Honors History: A- (I hate the minus!)
So just wondering if when people say they have straight A's, do they really mean ALL perfect solid A's? Or just in A grade range?
I'm happy yet disappointed. My mom looked at my grades and said, "Well too bad. You were close, but just couldn't quite make it all the way...."
My school DOES NOT give out A +'s...only A's and A-s.
- Anonymous7 years agoFavorite Answer
Whether it's an A- or an A+, they are just different variations of an A.
- ♥Nerd_Girl♥Lv 67 years ago
Sure does. Your mom is kind of harsh! lol My mom got so happy when I brought home straight A's, regardless if they were high A's or low A's.
- 7 years ago
an A- in my school is just a lower A, it's still an A, still a 4.00 GPA...
- вe мy ѕereɴeLv 67 years ago
If I was you, I would be terribly happy about that report card. You got superior honor roll. You are one smart cookies with all the Honors classes and the AP classes you're taking. An A minus is still an A. I just think that it's in the lower range between a 90 to about a 92 or 93 percent if I'm correct.
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- Shernice Lv 57 years ago
An A is still an A. No matter if it's minus or plus
- Anonymous7 years ago
An A is a 3.6-4.0. An A- is a 3.6. So it would be an A, and it would be excellent.
- Love.CanadaLv 77 years ago
an A is an A