They may be knowledge wizards but I'm a CITATION WIZARD ...Har har ...So, I did "poorly" on the frackin' memo too. Problem is, I'm not really sure what to change for the next time. The commentary is all willy-nilly and not very helpful. Lots of sentences the prof would have preferred that I had used; but, since there's neither a way to read the prof's mind, nor any clear indication of why the prof's sentences are better than mine, I'm still just shooting in the dark.Plus, ditto on what someone said earlier about the fact that they give us the informative handouts after we've handed in the papers. Hunh?Do you have the prof who just keeps talking at the same rate and minimal volume while turning to write something on the board, so that when the prof turns back around, the sentence is 9/10ths of the way through and you missed the middle third of it and the idiot just keeps talking? Jeepers.Glad to hear I shouldn't 'worry too much.' Can I get some verification of this notion? The "true" LRW curve at Tulane is a B+? Please elaborate.
You could leave a cardboard cutout of Erik Estrada at the front counter and I guarantee you no one would ever know the difference. Not so much because you resemble Erik Estrada, more so because you have the personality of cardboard.