not by a long shot
absolutely not. I believe that school teaches and grades only certain subjects and your knowledge cant be defined by only those. there is so much more a human can do and learn and every person has a talent and is smart in their own way no matter what school or grades say.
Not by a long shot. Having an A doesn't necessarily you are an expert in the subject. Even students that have an F, they may like the subject.
Yesh. 90% of the times grades define the intelligence and that also in this corporate world.
No but they do define work ethic in many cases. So maybe they define your interest in a subject. That doesn’t make anyone unintelligent though, it just simply means the person is either ignorant in the subject or doesn’t care enough to do well at it.
No. I consider myself intelligent; yet I struggled in Math. I did have above-average reading and writing comprehension. Conversely, Stephen Hawking excelled in Math, but struggled in any course requiring the writing of essays (English, History, Psychology, etc.). That did not mean he lacked intelligence, either.
No. Grade doesn't show about intelligence.
Not necessarily, smart people who don't do their homework get shitty grades so people never know how smart they are. Grades only reflect effort
No. The opposite is true sometimes. There have been a number of very smart people throughout history who never got good grades, many never even finished school. The school grading systems only look for very specific skills, most of which isn't even relevant in real life. So many brilliant minds are written off and misunderstood simply because they don't test well.