Attractive Students Given Higher Grades

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Attractive Students Given Higher Grades

A recent study found that attractive students tend to be given significantly higher grades in school, receive more attention from their teachers, and are more likely to attend college compared to less attractive students. What do you think?

  • “I knew I should’ve been more attractive in high school.”

    Perry McGregor
    Wallpaper Designer
  • “Good thing my son is sexy as hell.”

    Gil Nelson
    Doll Manufacturer
  • “Let’s face it: Attractive people are pretty great.”

    Maureen Laimbeer