During our last semester, our instructors made us take TONS of old NCLEX tests. Like 3-4 a day. They were the old "pencil and paper" ones. Sounds like a great idea, right?
Well, there was one particularly interesting section. The director of the program had pulled a bunch of cardiology questions out to go over. She passed out the "test", graded them and proceeded to scream and yell at all of us for about 30 minutes over how stupid we were. Yes, that is exactly what she said.
She said that we were an embarrassment to her and that we were going to be the ruin of her program, etc, etc. (the average score was somewhere in the teens, most of us only got 1 or 2 right out of 50.)
Turns out, she didn't take the old answer key out of the grading machine when she ran our bubble cards through. We were being graded with the wrong key!! :roll
I can still remember her screaming "vitamin K has nothing at all to do with coumadin!! Why would it be an antidote?"
Never apologized, not one single time.