Too Hard to Fail?

By Noodle Education

For many students, keep their grades up during college can be a struggle, but at some schools where grade inflation is rampant, it may be just too hard to fail.

Yes, too hard! While Ivy League schools like Harvard, Yale and Columbia are extremely hard to get into, once students are accepted, it’s actually very difficult to flunk out.  In fact, according to a study conducted by Stuart Rojstaczer and Christopher Healy, and published in the prestigious Teachers College Record, about 43 percent of all college grades are A’s, and about three-fourths of all grades are A’s or B’s.

So which schools are almost impossible to fail out of? Noodle Education has the full list here. 

Noodle Education created the first and only life-long education search engine in the world. Noodle.org enables users to find the right school, college, tutor, instruction video, or any other education resource — and it’s free. Headquartered in New York City, Noodle was created in 2011 by a powerhouse team of education innovators from The Princeton Review, 2U, Kaplan, Kumon and Colloquy. The company has been recognized by Forbes Magazine, as “one of the 6 fastest growing tech companies” and hailed by Mashable, as “one of the 5 startups transforming online education.”

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