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By wasted time / Thursday 19 December 2013 09:09 / United States
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By  DocBastard  |  38

I may be speaking in hyperbole and I hope I don't go off on a tangent, but I think this is a sine that sumthing is wrong with how he functions as a teacher. Looking at it from another angle, obviously you can't count on him to teach you the right material. I hope he eats some humble pi and retires as he is clearly past his prime. Good luck.

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By  summerguy97  |  16

I really hope it won't count to your grade.

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Yes. The biggest test of a class won't count for a grade.

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  etoilenuit  |  15

Well it's says "learned" so I'm assuming someone told him. Hopefully that means it was a teacher. The fml is more that he spent 90 minutes freaking out and that he wasted the last 3 weeks.

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  Cassikin  |  2

Or the chapters have some overlap, so it's familiar enough that you recognise it, with just enough difference to make you think you haven't learned it as well as you thought you did. The chapters in my textbooks (admittedly not maths ones) have a lot in common with the one before and the one after, but cover things the others don't, so if you've done the chapter before it looks kind of familiar, and you can just about answer some of the questions, but some other questions make you want to cry.

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  Kamon97  |  23

I hate how school boards constantly cling on these ancient teachers who are obviously passed their prime. Why can't they get them to retire and hire someone else the teaching market is saturated enough as it is...

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  ErwinsWife  |  5

I honestly think this person didn't study but that's just me. If material is wrong it's the professors fault and has to be fixed. I'm in college and my professor gave us the wrong test and it didn't count and we took another one. He is not old either and he made a mistake. He is in his late 20s. Lol.

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I'm in third year zoology at a university and all of my profs have expressly stated whether they want you to know the textbook inside out, even if they never touched on it in lecture or tutorial, or if it's just for use when you don't understand the prof or missed a day.

By  Evilpirate  |  10

Sue him.

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  NeatNit  |  32

I knew this reply (#4) was coming..

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  j_cat187  |  19

#4 curl up and die. And by curl I mean circulation of a non conservative vector field.

By  Soloman212  |  28

Well I hope there's a curve, I'm sure that'll even things out since I'm sure everyone taking it will be guessing.

By  DocBastard  |  38

I may be speaking in hyperbole and I hope I don't go off on a tangent, but I think this is a sine that sumthing is wrong with how he functions as a teacher. Looking at it from another angle, obviously you can't count on him to teach you the right material. I hope he eats some humble pi and retires as he is clearly past his prime. Good luck.

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