Yale grades portray Kerry as a lackluster student - The Boston Globe - Boston.com - Washington - News
To all of you that might not have the best of grades all the time. I just thought that I'd let you know that it doesn't matter all that much. After all you can still be President of the United States. To most of you this probably isn't much of a surprise. You might say, of course, 'W' is a C student, he can't even say "nuclear". However, don't get all excited just yet because in the last election the competition wasn't much better. Kerry "got a cumulative 76 for his four years" on a 100 point scale. Bush actually had a 1 point better score with 78 his first 3 years (4th year they changed the system).
So this just goes to show you that you shouldn't study too hard in school if you want to run for President... I mean study hard and even if you fail its not the end of the world and you can still reach your dreams, except if your a doctor, in which case if you fail I might die. So you better not fail. But other than that, it will be alright.
Isn't that nice to hear now that school it out and you don't have any pressure from classes.