Your question actually is "Do you think my classmates would be furious ......?" and the answer is "Yes." The teacher's decision was unfair to you, and I understand completely where you are coming from. In a mistaken effort to be "kind" to the others in the class who did not do well on the test, the teacher thoughtlessly deprived you of credit you should have received. We agree on that. But the teacher wasn't smart enough to look ahead and recognize how you would feel about not getting credit, and if you rattle the teacher's cage, insist on being treated differently, and cause the teacher to change her mind, other people could suffer the lower grade, and they will most certainly blame you. There are a couple of choices. One is to discuss the matter with the teacher, as others have suggested, and ask if students at the high end of the grade scale could possibly get recognition through "extra credit." People who got below a grade of, say, 95, would receive nothing, but those who got 95 or higher would get ten extra credit points. Those who did poorly would not be penalized, but those who did well would get a reward. Your other choice is to say nothing and let the matter drop. You might have trouble believing it, but the truth is that the great universe eventually evens things out. A day will come when it will be your turn to get things in your favor (it might have nothing to do with grades, and may involve other, unrelated matters, but, trust me, it will happen.) Keeping quiet will prevent you from making enemies, and is an easy and quick solution.