This really has nothing to do with thinking males in class are graded differently - just throwing that out there.
The problem I'm having is that it seems if your final paper was graded by one teacher you got anywhere from 5-10 points lower than if you were graded by another teacher.
Teacher B has consistently been lower than Teacher A (meaning none of Teacher B's students have made higher than Teacher A's).
There are exceptions to every rule. Of course some of Teacher A's students slacked off and made lower than more studious Teacher B's students.
Do you think it's reasonable to ask that Teacher A re-grade my paper to compare the two? Suck it up and move on? I've gotten more A's than B's in nursing school, but this grade has put making an A in the class just out of reach...
We have had this issue in the past as well. Two students even turned in the same exact paper last semester - they were graded by different teachers. One student made a 'low A', the other a 'high C'. Of course, this put everyone in a peculiar spot. While the students were wrong about what they did it also raised some interesting questions within the class about grading consistency.