i am in my third and final semester of a lpn program. we have 14 students in class. the concern is that only 2 students have passed the tests and quizzes. they barely passed with an 80 which is what is needed to pass the class. if the other 12 students do not come out with an 80 we will all have to wait another year, that is if our gpa's don't take us out first. the questions on the tests and quizzes have two possible answers, and it seems as though the answer is what the teacher
says is the right answer. even if the question is found in the book with another answer the teacher will not give credit. half the class is contemplating withdrawing and just giving up. the class starts off with 40 students and only 5 or 6 graduate
each year. the students that withdraw all blame the teacher. should the entire class withdraw or try to pull threw and risk our gpa's? this instructor will not return phone calls or answer emails. so many students have complained about this instructor that it is a shame. the rn program has at least 40 or more graduating each program. the lpn program may have 6 graduating a semester. this instructor has taken some courses away from other instructors because the students are passing.
does this mean that we should not be nurses
because we cannot pass the teachers tests and quizzes. any help would be nice before we all pull out our hair.
need help badly