Hi all, I need some opinions on my situation: - In my school, in general, 90% and above is considered an A+ and gets you a 4.3 GPA (highest) for that course. Professors have the right to alter the grading scheme. I currently obtained an A for a course which I suspected I would get an A+. When I asked my professor what my grade was he replied 92% and said it was the highest grade in the class. Naturally, I assumed I have over 90% so I should have gotten an A+ so I asked why I didn't have an A+ and he said the cutoff is 93% and thus no one got an A+ in the course (why would he do that?). Also, in the past, he gave me poor grades in both my quiz and my midterm exam and when I went to see him, it turns out I actually got 100% on my quiz and 96% on my midterm. - I just want to hear the opinions of other people to know whether I should pursue the grade or not. - I'm a straight A+ student, though I don't care much of my marks (I just love to learn and hence get good grades). By this fact, I know I should just let it go. My issue isn't the fact that I didn't get an A+, but rather it's the principle of honoring students' efforts (I'm sure there may be other students that got between and including 90% and 92% and worked hard). - Also, this situation has happened to me twice in my university years and I was unsuccessful in both my attempts (once because I had no proofs for my grades and another because my professor refused to give A+ to anyone in the course).