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Ross - "Grades Don't Matter Mantra" vs Drive to Succeed

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"Even though the 'grades don't matter' mantra is just as true for policy students, the drive to succeed is just as apparent and ingrained in the Ford student body's psyche."

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Another good post. Keep it up...

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nink - do you go round the interweb stalking people I know?! That is the second in a short while...
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3underscore wrote:
nink - do you go round the interweb stalking people I know?! That is the second in a short while...


No, you just know many famous people.... :-D
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