Hello, I'm 16, live in Australia and am senior in high school. I do the highest levels of Mathematics which i can at school, and thoroughly enjoy them! I enjoy them so much infact, that i was considering math as a career. Here's my dilemma, after observing my marks i noted that i am hovering around the low A's. That is A-'s. Most of the marks i lose are through numerical errors, my algebra and conceptual knowledge are never called into question. So here's my query: Should I take my relatively low A grades as a signifier that even though i enjoy math, its something I'm just not cut out for, or are high school marks completely redundant to your ability to succeed as a mathematician? Thanks in advance, Jordan.