The sky-high marks scored by students in this year's 12th board exams have yet again reignited the debate on whether these high scores signify their ability to think and solve problems. In this episode of We The People, we debate if students getting near-perfect scores means they are really learning better. Does this mean that our youth is getting smarter, more well-informed? Or does it mean they are just better note-takers and rote-learners? And what does this mean for college cut-offs - which are already above 97% at the top colleges?