An A

Students at a New England university operated a “bank” of term papers and
other homework assignments. There were papers to suit all needs.

The “bank” had A grade, B grade, and C grade papers, since it would be
rather suspicious if an undistinguished student suddenly handed in a
brilliant essay.

A student, who had spent the weekend on pursuits other than his
assignment, went to the “bank” and purchased a paper with an inconspicuous
C grade. He then retyped it and handed in the work to his professor. In
due course, the student received the paper back with the professor’s
comments, which read… “I wrote this paper myself 25 years ago and I
always thought it should have been graded an A, so now I’m more than
pleased to give it one!”

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