So what I did before school semester start was to read ahead of my physiology class.
I've studied every single day and read ahead for my next upcoming physio lectures.
I got a D on my first exam. I was so upset with myself because I'm ALWAYS at the tutoring center studying. I'm literally there from 10am - 6pm and yet, I did not even receive the A I wanted. Everyone knows I'm studying. So I don't know what happened...?
I didn't focused so much on 1 chapter, but I studied the most important ones.
I also have severe test anxiety. I was so worked up that I was nearly in tears as I took the test. I know all the answers when I raise my hand in class. So what am I doing wrong?
She doesnt allow me to record her lectures. I rewrite all her notes and do youtubes videos but still.
Anyone have some advice? I have a micro exam already on Tuesday and I'm afraid it'll be deja vu all over again.
I should. She refuses too because she had an incident with a student about that a long time ago. She will let them unless they're a disability student. I was thinking of doing that but I don't know how that goes. I hear students do that on purpose sometimes to have more time on their exam. I've been diagnosed with anxiety and on medication so I'm a good candidate? plus, she expects everyone ot finish 5 minutes before class ends. so let's say class starts at 715-840, you're expected to finish before 8:35. That bothers me so much.
edit: I hope the "Stupid" part wasn't on purpose. That's rude if it was. If accident, it's okay. I've tried texting my friend and my autocorrect called her an *****. Didn't mean too.
Last edit by funsizedprenurse on Mar 6, '14
: Reason: edit
In many states both parties must consent to recording, NJ is one such state. In a one party consent state it may be permitted but also may go against instructor or school policy. If an instructor prohibits recording of lectures it is not advisable to secretly do so even for personal use
Recording college lectures also falls under copyright/intellectual property laws.
Last edit by JustBeachyNurse on Mar 6, '14