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Good Grades Quotes

We’ve collected the best Good Grades Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Gabe Newell, Jessica Ennis-Hill, Sarah Shahi, Tyron Woodley, Natasha Bedingfield. Use them as an inspiration.

Most people who end up being successful have good grades, but it’s orthogonal – there’s no extra information than if they put together a website and have bunch of fans who love coming and seeing what they’re doing.
I wasn’t the kind of kid who would get A’s without even trying. I had to work to get good grades, but I was very organised about it because I always wanted to do well at everything I did. I’m very competitive.
You know, I never really paid attention to sports, which, coming from the mecca of football in Texas, is kind of odd. I played sports, but I was nerdy. Having a single mother, the pressure was on me to get good grades and a scholarship and go to college.
Growing up as a kid, in elementary and middle school, I was always getting in trouble. Always getting suspended. I got suspended for 90 days for fighting beginning my freshman year, so I missed Homecoming, and that’s when I turned the page. I went on honor roll and had good grades after that. It was the changing point.
I liked English and art and did a lot of painting. And for some reason I was good at math, but I wasn’t an A student. I really had to work hard to get good grades.
Natasha Bedingfield
There is no accurate or usefulprofile‘ of students who engage in targeted school violence. Some come from good homes, some from bad. Some have good grades, some bad.
Most of my teachers didn’t like me. I didn’t get good grades because I pretty much lived at the public access studio. I tried to be the class clown, so I spent a lot of time in detention.
Trevor Moore
My grandmother had a cupboard where she kept her collections and textile samples of all sorts of things. When I had good grades, I could take out one piece of work to look at.
I just knew what I wanted to be since the third grade. And I always did well in school. I was the type to get good grades; I never really got below Cs or nothing like that. I always kept it A-B. But there’s no school for rap.
My parents don’t press it but, you know, they’re into good grades.
Lucy Deakins
My father drove a truck, and my mother was a school teacher. They wanted their children to go the traditional route: get good grades, go to college, get a job.
I got fairly good grades, but I was bad at woodwork. They said I tried hard, but the result was hopeless.
Jonathan Stroud
I went to Columbia University because I knew I wanted to go to a school that was academically rigorous. I prided myself on getting good grades, but I also hated it.
I’m a big fan of good grades. But I am going to suggest to you that you will find that the skills of a student are of somewhat less use to you once you get out into what is sometimes referred to as ‘the real world.’
Many jobs at Google require math, computing, and coding skills, so if your good grades truly reflect skills in those areas that you can apply, it would be an advantage. But Google has its eyes on much more.
I was the All-American kid, or so I told myself – good grades, never in trouble, bright future, well-respected by my peers. My favorite comedian was Bob Newhart.
We are all in the business of sales. Teachers sell students on learning, parents sell their children on making good grades and behaving, and traditional salesmen sell their products.
I did like history. I was always quite interested and got good grades as well.
It’s kind of shocking to me, actually, that I’ve almost been stereotyped, in a wayphysically – because, I didn’t get good grades in school; I got in a lot of fights. I wear glasses because I don’t want something tugging my eyeball, but I wouldn’t consider myself a ‘nerd.’ I don’t know what really makes someone a nerd.
Charlyne Yi
I wasn’t really a dark kid, but I was in my head a lot. I got good grades all through my 16 years of Catholic school, but I was always writing these weird – and, I have to say, really bad – stories, filled with murder.
Karen Abbott
In ninth grade, I came up with a new form of rebellion. I hadn’t been getting good grades, but I decided to get all A’s without taking a book home. I didn’t go to math class, because I knew enough and had read ahead, and I placed within the top 10 people in the nation on an aptitude exam.
I never really paid attention to sports, which, coming from the mecca of football in Texas, is kind of odd. I played sports, but I was nerdy. Having a single mother, the pressure was on me to get good grades and a scholarship and go to college.
I was a class clown, never got good grades.
Everyone is told to go to high school and get good grades and go to college and get good grades and then get a job and then get a better job. There’s no one really telling a story about how they totally blew it, and they figured it out.
My parents were supportive. I didn’t have good grades, but they could tell I wasn’t lazy.
I had poor eyesight when I was young and despite that, I was making good grades.
What makes a child gifted and talented may not always be good grades in school, but a different way of looking at the world and learning.
I always got good grades; I just didn’t go to school much. I didn’t like it.
From getting good grades in school, to thinking about getting a good career and settling down, we all have been running a rat race. We always thought that we were doing it for ourselves but actually we were doing it for others. Like, I realized, I never had time for myself.
I had good grades in school, but I was always in trouble. I used to get suspended and I’m not very good at being told what to do.