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Whajagit?

Whajagit? This is the title of a book about giving grades to students. The writer noted that kids, when tests are handed back, use this question with fellow students, “Hey, Nate, whajagit?” It’s still a practice in school, and at home, where parents ask at major marking times, “Whajagit?” The students who ask it the most are the ones who almost always get good grades. They ask it of students with whom they compete. An A feels even better if the respondent says, “A-.”
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