Just because you are no longer carving making tight turns on a steep slope doesn't mean the skiing doesn't deserve an A+.
If you are making perfect bicycle turns down a steep chute with a mandatory sharp turn at the bottom of it, whether or not you are carving has nothing to do with how well you are making those turns.
It is just a description of what you are doing, not how well you are skiing. If your intent is to carve and you are not carving, then you get a low grade for not meeting your intention, but perhaps your intention should not be carving where carving is not desired. If your intention is to control your speed and you are going too fast, then you get a low grade too. If you want to carve very fast turns on steep terrain, you can do that; if you want to descend at a slower pace using turns that better control your speed, you can do that too. Neither is "better" than the other; they are just different types of turns, both of which can be done well and both of which can be done poorly.
Well done, Ghost.