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FML - The follow-up
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Hey guys! OP here! i realized that i forgot a detail. So usually, for our AP Literature exams, we get copies of practice AP exams from previous years (you know, the AP Exams at the end of the year). So for those, you literally CANNOT study. Like, there is no way to study for them since they cover practically anything and everything related to Literature.
By subversivepanda - / Thursday 18 December 2014 12:11 / Guam - Hagatna
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  randomname98  |  22

I had a biology teacher that made us make a "mind map" of all the subjects we had covered in the semester to "link them together and relate them to our lives." After spending about 15 hours on the project and turning it in, hoping it would bring my grade up from a B+, he tells us that he isn't actually going to grade them. Needless to say, nobody likes him or his class.

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  Mauskau  |  32

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  liquifiednate  |  21

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  iAmPaul  |  49

27 - That's actually a very common way for professors to do lectures. I've had several classes where the professors were like that, and I passed with flying colours, and the average was 70-80. It's not difficult to take notes from a prof who does that, unless of course you're a first-year and you're used to being held by the hand through every sentence on a PowerPoint from highschool.

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  BubbleGrunge  |  18

Not everyone can learn that way, though, 29. I like to actually absorb what someone is telling me so that when I go back to read over my notes later, I'm helping push the information into my long term memory bank. And, also, I want to comprehend what the hell I just learned because if I sat through an hour plus of someone talking, I hope at least I could gain something out of it.

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  PharmacyJoe  |  13

Fair warning though, 35: In some states it's actually illegal to record classes unless you have the approval of all those in the class. So you would not only need to ask the professor, but also every other students as well.

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  lexa1love  |  16

My program did not allow recordings of lecture. I wrote fast and skipped a lot of what the teacher said, but a lot of students struggled with it.

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  jthmtwin  |  16

My biology teacher would lecture and use a power point, however the tests we never on anything we covered or read in the book. She would use "bank" tests which our college doesn't allow.

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  liquifiednate  |  21

I have too, my biology lecture is like that and so is my computer science lecture. I ended up passing all those classes with a 85-95 percent. I'm pretty sure something's just wrong with the way my teacher is lecturing.

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  liquifiednate  |  21

I also forgot to mention that I've been in college for two years and it will be my third year soon. So if the majority of my lectures were like this and I've passed them with an A or B and this is my first lecture where it will be a C then I'm definitely sure it's my professors fault. I've tried all I can but he just gives really bad lectures.

By  mannatee  |  19

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By  Tarlachia  |  31

A missing test, the teacher makes a tougher one, and then says Jesus died for our sins. If I had to guess, I'd say he's trying to insinuate someone stole the test (and probably the answers too), but hey, it's ok. Jesus saves!

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  tantanpanda  |  25

it's a final; a core class teacher can't just nullify a final. My English Ap teacher lost our time writes at vegas. we had to rewrite it. My AP lit final had 135 questions with only an hour and thirty minutes. Hope OPs final wasn't that hard.

By  Steffi3  |  40

I'm not really sure someone dying and suffering for you should be considered good news =P

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