Top high school grades do not always predict college success

10/22/2003 | USA Today

Experts blame grade inflation and less-than-rigorous high school course loads for difficulties some students are having with college academics. Researchers say taking four years of high school math doubles a student's chances of earning a bachelor's degree.

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