By Anonymous - 21/09/2010 21:28 - United Kingdom
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It's also not the OP's fault. Some people just don't get math, no matter how hard they study. And some people just have a bad teacher. Before you say anything... Yes, teachers have a lot to do with the grades their students get. Not only because they grade their stuff (duh) but also because of the way they're teaching. I used to have a really bad teacher in math and failed. This year, I have a good teacher and a 90 average.
Good on your teacher for not feeling an obligation to break the rules because he's dating your mum. Maybe you should ask for help if you're failing.
I agree with Cinn. You're not going to have the same math teacher throughout all your years of school anyway; so even if your current math teacher did pass you specifically because he was dating your mother, he isn't going to be able to pass you every other year. Which means you need to learn the material or you'll most likely fail your next math class too; unless your mom plans on dating all of your future math teachers. (Might I suggest she moves to a different subject since math isn't working for you?) :P
finally -- a person who is smart, and realizes that grades are not, in fact, candy. op -- earn your shit, dude. if you're expecting to be handed a passing grade now, wait until later -- you won't know what hit you! unless your mother has a penchant for dating math[s] teachers...but considering what already happened, you'll still fail. you getting a free grade is also unfair to other students who, well, try to pass on their own accord. |the kid|
tell her to give it up better or more often. XD time to practice go buy her a cucumber
Who fucking cares?! Not me, that's for goddamned sure. Now excuse me while I return to wanking myself off while I watch My Little Pony reruns. WERD.