Depressed!!! 2nd A&P test a flop!! - page 2
I have been sitting here crying over my 2nd A&P test which I got a 59% on. My first test was a 66%. I really thought I did better this time. I made flash cards, did the review sheet etc. My lab... Read More
Oct 2, '02Occupation: Mom/Disbursing Technician/student Joined: May '02; Posts: 379; Likes: 2Thank you everyone for your encouraging words. I am trying to remain positive about this and going to change the way I've been studying. I have another exam in a week so I hope to study differently and enough to come out with a decent grade. This site is a great place. It helps to talk with others who are in the same position or have been. Thanks so much.
Oct 2, '02Joined: May '02; Posts: 479; Likes: 3How is everyone else doing on the test? If everyone is making terrible grades maybe the prof has a problem. I had a prof who always graded our papers wrong, all the students argued with him and finally he agreed to change our grades. He said he used the grading guides in the book but they were wrong! We (the students) would spend hours looking up page numbers in our textbook and showing him the correct answers. The people who were missing questions were getting higher grades than those who chose the correct answer. We nagged at him and complained and most of us got A's in the class. He was too lazy to look up the correct answers himself. He still teaches there and is doing the same thing. You have a right to check to make sure the tests are being graded correctly. This prof then stopped handing the tests back to us because he didn't want to argue with us. We complained to the program director. We all got A's if we had perfect attendance. I was ready to sue the guy. Go over the test with your prof. It is your right to have a copy.