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NH high school looks at ending practice of adding weight to grades earned in tough classes

He cited one instance where a class valedictorian had a GPA of 4.6 and was headed into his senior year with four advanced placement (AP) classes and a study hall. The student didn't want the study hall and really wanted to take chorus — a class without any weight possibility. However, if he took the class and earned an A (4.0) in it, his overall GPA would have gone down as a result.

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