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"Straight A" means getting A in all the courses, right? Can it also be used in a discussion of only one course, to emphasize that a student has got the best score or that it's very hard/rare to get A in this course? Can we extend the usage to other grading systems, e.g., "straight 100"?

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"Straight A" means getting A in all the courses, right? Can it also be used in a discussion of only one course, to emphasize that a student has got the best score or that it's very hard/rare to get A in this course? Can we extend the usage to other grading systems, e.g., "straight 100"?
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