Grade inflation? Will colleges see it?

<p>Some schools have grade inflation, and many kids get As easily. Other schools are difficult to get straight As, and I go to this kind of school. I used to get straight As and transferred to another school, which is nearly impossible to get As. My schedule is full of honors and AP courses, but I got Bs in these classes. How will colleges perceive this?</p>

<p>They'll look at your class ranking, if your school ranks. For instance, a 3.7 W which makes you 5/350 will look much, much better than a 4.5 W that's only 30/350.</p>

<p>College admission people are usually familiar with the schools in their specific regions that they are assigned to and will understand if it is harder/easier to get A's at certain schools.</p>