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Do you think its possible to ask my 9th grade teacher to bump my grade up if I did some extra credit?

Do you think its possible to ask my 9th grade teacher to bump my grade up if I did some extra credit? Topic: Essay if were english teacher
June 17, 2019 / By Shephatiah
Question: So I am a Senior in High School now, and in 9th grade, I got an A- in one of my classes. It wasn't that big of a deal to me then because I really thought I would never maintain all As for much longer anyways. However, it is Senior year, and aside from that A-, I have all As. Is it possible to go back to the teacher and ask her if I can do something maybe over the summer to raise that one grade up Also, At my school, teachers give grade bumps depending on how well you do on the AP test at the end of the year and I know that for AP classes, the teacher is allowed to bump your grade up if you get a 3 or better EVEN if its been over a year since you took the class (like say I fail the AP test and then I retake it and get a 5. I can go back to the AP teacher and he'll bump my grade up from over a year ago). So do you think (since my 9th grade wasn't an AP based class), she could give me some opportunity like this? I am only like a 1% off from a 4.0/valedictorian. I've also took the most AP classes out of everyone (12 compared to the a next best of 8) I know and still maintained a 4.0. I just feel that this easy 9th grade English class is like a huge blunder. I feel like my relationship with the teacher is pretty good. She was the advisor for Honor Society and I was one of the leaders and we would plan those meetings together. So I know her more than just a student.
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Norris Norris | 4 days ago
depending on the teacher...is shes mean then she probably won't, but if she ACTUALLY cares, then she will agree..you can do like an essay or two to bump our grade!!
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Norris Originally Answered: Do you think its possible to ask my 9th grade teacher to bump my grade up if I did some extra credit?
depending on the teacher...is shes mean then she probably won't, but if she ACTUALLY cares, then she will agree..you can do like an essay or two to bump our grade!!
Norris Originally Answered: Do you think its possible to ask my 9th grade teacher to bump my grade up if I did some extra credit?
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