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But he's a jackass with a 107, punk.

Our physiology professor let us go pick up our exams last week and most of the students got them, and promptly began bitching about how harshly the test was graded, and all that student crap. I'm lazy so I didn't pick mine up. The prof defended the grading by telling everyone that someone got a 107 on the exam, so he must not've graded THAT harshly. Everyone (including me) was kind of muttering 'what jackass ruined the curve for us?'; well, I learned which jackass it was when I finally picked up my exam today.

And at the same time picked up my exam from last year (I told you I was lazy).


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Mar. 31st, 2004 10:55 am (UTC)
Your subject line rocks!
Damn straight!!

I fucked the curve three weeks ago. I have no idea how the test score was so lopsided between the rest of the class and me.

I had a 105, 100% and 5pts bonus. The next highest grade was an 82 or something ridiculous.
Mar. 31st, 2004 08:20 pm (UTC)
Re: Your subject line rocks!
Are you a med student? I don't know how important grades are in med school (I imagine they're very important); in grad school they don't mean anything as long as you keep a 3.0, because people only look at what you publish. So my great test score unfortunately doesn't work for me much..
Apr. 1st, 2004 05:49 am (UTC)
Re: Your subject line rocks!
Almost! I went the pre-med route in college and Chemistry screwed me. Graduated in 93 with a degree in fine arts and now am back in school for optometry at U of H. Still taking pre-reqs as I graduated more than ten years ago and my science credits lapsed.

Slowly but surely I am gaining ground!!!
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