As someone who has to work harder than most to only ever get to the borderline of pass & fail, I'm sorry but I would find a post like you describe would hurt me a bit & make me feel how unfair life is to give you so much success. I feel if effort were rewarded I should get the same as you as I probably worked harder, it's just that success isn't relative to how hard you work, it's relative to the brain you had in the first place. An analogy I sometimes give to explain this is a cyclist & a car driver at the top of a very steep hill. The cyclist works far harder, but the car driver, due to an unfair advantage, makes better time, doesn't get hot & sweaty, has a much more comfortable ride, & gets to the top first as an easy winner. I might feel it was arrogant because if there was any justice in the world & effort was rewarded with success I'd want to know what it was like to experience that sort of success too. I'd prefer if you just said where you were going with some quiet modesty & not inadvertently rub in the face of those below you that you got so much more than them at the end. Sometimes discretion is the better part of valour. Sorry, but you did ask!