Woody Allen famously said that “showing up is 80 percent of life.” Well, showing up (or getting in) seems to go a long way towards getting good grades at Harvard. During a faculty Q&A session earlier this week, Dean of Undergraduate Education Jay M. Harris summed up the grades this way: “The median grade in Harvard College is indeed an A-. The most frequently awarded grade in Harvard College is actually a straight A.” If you don’t know the difference between a median grade and a most frequent grade, then you get an A-.