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When someone is making millions of baht per year from filming lakorns and advertisements, graduating with a 2.23 GPA, does it matter? Thai netizens don’t seem to think so. Good grades does not necessarily lead to big earnings after graduation.
Pancake has graduated from Kasetsart University with a degree in English. It took her five years. People are happy she graduated, heck it’s a miracle considering her crazy schedule, but her grade isn’t great. If one is already successful does it matter what grade they earned? She will continue to be an actress, continue to make money off of being a brand ambassador to dozens of products, she owns a business, her family is pretty well off. Does it matter that her GPA is low? It’s not a predictor of her success.
Opinions from Thai netizens:
“GPA is not the answer, it depends on if you can get the job and do the job well after graduating. I met those people, graduated with honors but couldn’t do the job well.”
“To the person who posted her grade, what are you doing this for? Some people who graduated with good grades don’t even have a job.”
“Grades and work is not the same thing, I have a friend who graduated with 3.5 GPA, she/he doesn’t make a lot, I graduated under a 3.0 GPA, I make 35,000 baht per month ($1,158 USD), just think about it.”
“Grades are not important, it depends if after graduation, you land a job. And if you success in your job. There is a lot of people with good grades who can’t do anything.”