I was feeling like the lone ranger.
In my Microbiology class, the tests followed the study guide EXACTLY. If a question was put on the test in error that did not match the objectives, it was counted for everyone as correct or not counted towards your score.
In that class I ran a study group. On one exam I got a 101.6% and only needed a 35 on the final to get an "A".
In my A&P class it's a different story. I don't know how I had an low "A" going onto the last exam because I was guessing for most of the semester as to what the hell the test questions were about. I was a complete retard today and didn't seem to have the same study guide as the one I was tested on. I had put in at least 12 hours a day over the last three days and had even taken off from work to give it my best effort. Looking back on it I can say with confidence that it was an almost complete waste of time.
I know how you feel and am considering taking the second semester from a different instructor, but will it be any different?
The teacher in my micro class is a very rare breed indeed. I'm not sure that any other idiot instructor would'nt just half-ass the material as well. What have they got to lose? You have all that time and effort that will not count for anything unless you struggle for your "C" and get the heck out of there.
It's a shame, but I know how you feel. I know exactly how you feel and I have a feeling that as I get responses they will be similar(I have posted a topic today).
Good luck to you my friend.