kellysouthpaw wrote:I always did the same thing - this Chemistry Prof was seriously SUPPOSED to get kids to fail. I'm actually pretty proud that I didn't!
My Honor's Prof (I did a brief stint in Honor's College) was really tough as well. It was the study of Ancient Greece. Anyway, I'd go to his office hours almost every day he had them (the Honor's Profs had their offices in the same building as the Honor's dorms so he was right down the hall from me...didn't help I had a huge crush on him - what is with me and Professors? I swear!) and ask exactly what he wanted on the next exam, or the next paper, and he'd tell me exactly what he wanted. And so I'd do it. I'd give him like 3 or 4 rough drafts for him to critique before the final due date, and he'd write, "Great job!" and "Just a few minor changes" with a few red marks here or there. Then when I'd turn it in and get it back I'd get like a C+ on it or something.
For someone with straight A's and B's in high school, C's were completely foreign to me lol
Although he's not bad looking he has such a dry sense of humor that only he gets and has sort or a monotone voice.
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