Straight-A vs Flunking Students: Do Good Grades Matter?

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    1. Jubilee

      Thanks to CuriosityStream for sponsoring this episode! Go to curiositystream.com/jubilee for unlimited access to the world’s top documentaries and non­fiction series, and for our fans, enter the promo code ‘jubilee’ when prompted during the sign­up process and your membership is completely free for the first 30 days.

      1. Edin

        You should do a Pro gamer (not a proffesional gamer but somebody that doesn't hate gaming) vs Anti gamer

      2. whomwhomwhomyeaaah

        Bruh when one of the girls talked about math compared from middle school to HS it’s sooo true, I struggled in middle school because of the way they taught math and got b- and c and now in high school I take math honors and have an A+. I was just really in my head

      3. Harry Spotts

        please do this but with college students

      4. CuteintheFace ThickintheWaist

        Hey @Jubilee Is there any way you can add Korean captions to this? I teach ESL classes and this video would be greeeat to show them!!!

      5. DistortedV12

        One of my favorite episodes Jubilee. I'm in grad school now and relate more with latter, but this really shows how social factors, or being socially acceptable, influence how kids look at the world..automotive tech, taking care of my parents, parents never did college, mental health but wanting to make parents proud vs. "trying to get out", "working my ass off," "take education for granted", "successful". Really interesting!

    2. IG - jayse.n

      16, senior in highschool & freshman in college?? SHORTY WHAT

    3. Mayzz

      He does kinda have that tom holland vibe to him i mean by now you know who i'm talking about

    4. Sumaiya Mohammed

      Do anti vaxxers vs scientists

    5. runmemylikesdamn n

      18:23 - 18:42 didn't she just say grades define your level of intelligence?

    6. runmemylikesdamn n

      17:25 peep Cooper hesitating😩💔

    7. runmemylikesdamn n

      1:29 how's that possible?

    8. klappty66

      Schools are a test of obedience. The most obedient students have the best grades. The problem is that the students are being taught how to think and learn but about memorizing information. Anyone can remember that square root of a number but most students wouldn’t be able to think of a way to illustrate that to someone who isn’t mathematically literate.

    9. Logan Williams

      It takes effort to flunk. I didn’t try in high school and I still passed and had like 1 or 2 C’s

    10. a poof

      Honestly, I love all these students. They're all so sweet to eachother.

    11. Mad Butterfly

      A big misconception I’m seeing is that straight A students don’t have a social life. Although we don’t sleep much,a lot of us are social. We just have to make time for work instead of throwing it off completely.

    12. Long Lee

      It is not about the grade, it is about the attitude. flunking doesn't mean you will sht in life. you are only sht in life if you flunk and still don't have the same attitude as straight A student for something you love.

    13. Ty Smith

      Randy will go far.

    14. Salembunny •

      I don’t like the current teaching system. Im an 8th grader in middle school and three of my reachers have talked about how much they dislike the current teaching system. They made us write an essay about how it is failing kids and making our grades drop. I just learned yesterday what home ec. and wood shop was and when I told my friend she said I was lying. She said something about lawsuits and child endangerment. My favorite period is teacher aid. I go to the staffroom and make prints for my teacher. There’s is not even a grade listed.

    15. Friends For life

      The one girl is straight up capping. The school system is made so u can get at least low Cs just for homework and fail all tests. She doesn’t stay up for one and actually try for a project cause softmore year rlly ain’t that hard if you take normal classes. You gotta awknowledge that you’re being lazy too( comming from a used to be straight A now a straight C student who goes to bed at 9 every night and does no homework)

    16. Kris & Parkz

      PLEASE PUT THEM ALL IN A “decide who wins $1000” CHALLENGE 😍 they all have such amazing personalities and would LOVE to see them in another video together

    17. Bread Bruh

      they say LIKE so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 😫

    18. Rohan Muppa

      Who else searched up what "automotive tech" is?

    19. Luxilery_ _JayYT

      Tanzia is a senior in high school and a freshman in college??

    20. Nomadx

      I think they were really mature and didn’t argue at all

    21. Grayson Jones

      “My TeAcHeR wAs RaCiSt” wow... that means nothing to me as a student in general... Throughout life you will be treated in wrong manner(s) without being prepared you have no understanding of what the real world will be like... as straight a student I care, but at the same time letters do not define you... the average gpa of a millionaire is 2.9 that is all because they are not afraid of failure to succeed in the future!

    22. Twinkie Cream

      Y’all all talking bout cooper but randy

    23. Stockton T

      randy’s kinda vibin though

    24. dallying Body

      I got straight A’s and I’m in high school. Getting straight A’s is easy just do and turn in your work

    25. Someone Snazzy

      I always get good grades because I work hard. I am not smarter than anyone. Half of the time I don’t understand what the heck is going on, but I work hard on homework and trying to understand. I have breakdowns over too much homework and get stressed out all of the time. I still pull through though and get good grades

    26. Someone Snazzy

      So pretty much it is not about intelligence, it is about applying yourself enough.

    27. Aimee J Palmer

      These kids do not even know what British kids go through

    28. Fanta Vlogs

      For the longest time I thought that getting good grades would make me more successful because that's what I was taught but now that I'm in highschool I realize that it's your abilities to seize opportunities or make them that causes one to be sucessful. We are taught in life that mistakes are valuable but in school we are penalized for making mistakes. Make it make sense.

    29. BB Key

      This group is so chill and I think that just because some are flunking and some are straight students it's nice to see that they can be respectful young adults and that their grades don't define them.

    30. Peach Daily

      As a straight A student I can tell you we do stay in the house a lot. Time management is a big thing. Students that have been getting straight a’s for a long time (like me) know time management I can play a bunch of games watch FIsels and still get 98’s on every single test.

    31. zzgamerz

      This year is the first year that I'm a strait A student, but I've always been at least an A/B student. I just can't relate to the flunking students because their parents being okay with them failing. My mom will ground me the moment I have a 79 in any class (below 70 is failing). Granted it does make me work harder, but I also feel like the pressure is multiplied immensely. Also I feel like the grades dont show how intelligent you are, I believe it shows your work ethic, and short term memorization skills, since most people forget what they learn after the test. and besides, there are multiple intelligences. Even though I'm a strait A student, my Logic intelligence is my least out of all of them (if you take a test online you can find out which ones you rank highest in.) Sorry for the rant, but thanks for reading! :)

    32. -s u n n y-

      i feel like if you're a c student and you work hard studying day and night and you still get a c it isnt your fault . you yourself are simply an c student.

    33. Paige

      I love teenagers :')

    34. sientguy

      Like like like...

    35. Pippinpaddle- Oppsocopolis

      "I am smart." I'm glad they all walked up, because whether or not you know it you have information and experiences that aren't available to everyone. Even the smartest people can learn something valuable from the simplest man, and in the grand scheme of the universe no one knows enough that they should be too proud to learn from someone else.

    36. ida

      Am I the only one who had A's in half the classes and almost failed the rest?

    37. Craig Duddy

      How can someone with straight a’s think that grades determine intelligence?

    38. Adrianne Bratcher

      When Tanzy hit the woah at the end tho

    39. Khed

      Wow the first question I expected everyone to stay still. Its naive to believe a letter grade defines how much you know about something.

    40. Grace Okey

      I have ADHD so I have to work twice as hard (unless it's a concept I understand) but even then it's really hard to focus and it's so hard to just get up and say that I'm going to revise...